This chapter describes how to start 1C:Enterprise client applications.
3.1. Starting applications
To start the application in Windows, click Start – All Programs – 1C:Enterprise 8 – 1C:Enterprise. To start the 64-bit application, click Start – All Programs – 1C:Enterprise 8 (x86-64) – 1C:Enterprise.
To start an application on Linux, on the Linux application menu, click Office:Finance and then click 1С:Enterprise.
To run a specific version of 1C:Enterprise 8 client application, use 1C Enterprise 8/1C Enterprise 8 (x86-64) – Advanced – <version number> menu item:
- Thin client (<version number>). In thin client, all operations that modify data are performed on server side. The thin client only receives data ready to be displayed. Executable file: 1cv8c.exe for Windows, 1cv8c for Linux.
- Thick client (<version number>). In this client, all operations that change data are performed on the client. The thick client is used for interaction with file databases. Executable file: 1cv8.exe for Windows, 1cv8 for Linux.
In the dialog box that is displayed, select the infobase, then click 1C:Enterprise.
If you have both 32-bit and 64-bit versions installed, clicking 1C:Enterprise starts the 32-bit application.
To add an infobase to the list, click Add. For details on adding and creating infobases, see section "" on page .
To modify infobase parameters, click Change.
To follow a link that points to a specific application window or object, click Go to link, type the link address or paste it from the clipboard, and then click Go to or press Enter.
3.2. Logging on
When you attempt to start an application, it might request authentication (check your access rights). Some applications do not require authentication.
Some applications do not require authentication.
Some applications that require authentication can use your operating system account to log you on, so you do not have to provide your user name and password.
If the information base is set to use an external server for authentication (for example, Gosuslugi)
If this option is unavailable, you have to provide your user name and password.
Specify the username in this dialog box. In the User field, enter or select your username, then enter the password.
Use the switch on the password field to show or hide your password upon entering.
To run the application, click OK.
A log-in dialog will open upon launch if the application supports OpenID-identification.
To sign in to the application, click Log in or select another available service. The use of other services depends on the application settings.
If you select another service, you will be redirected to the authentication page and sign in upon successful authentication.
Some applications provide the option to specify the connection speed (the Slow connection check box).
If you select the Slow connection check box, 1C:Enterprise adjusts its data exchange algorithms to ensure optimal performance. For more information, see chapter "" . We recommended that you select this check box when you use a slow connection channel, such as a GPRS modem.
To add an infobase to the list, in the infobase list, click Add. Then specify whether you want to create an infobase or add an existing one.
If you select the Create infobase mode, you can create an infobase based on a template or a blank infobase.
In the template list, click the template and then click Next.
Type in the infobase name (this name will be displayed in your infobase list).
Select the infobase location type,
and click Next.
Depending on the selected location type, specify the required infobase parameters and then click Next.
Then specify the infobase startup options.
Authentication method can take the following values:
- Select automatically. Attempt to log on using operating system authentication. If the attempt is not successful, prompt for user name and password.
- Prompt for user name and password. Always prompt for user name and password.
The Connection speed defines the expected speed of the infobase connection or 1C:Enterprise server connection. The parameter can take values:
- Normal. The default mode. Normal operation.
- Low. Low connection speed. For more information, see chapter "". We recommended that you select this check box when you use a slow connection channel, such as a GPRS modem.
- Select on startup. Select the connection speed manually every time you start the infobase using the Slow connection check box in the 1C:Enterprise startup window. If you select another option (Normal or Low), the state of the Slow connection check box in the 1C:Enterprise startup window cannot be changed and it displays the option that you select here.
In the Additional startup options field, specify command-line options for the executable file. For more information about command-line options, see 1C:Enterprise help (1C:Enterprise 8 startup and startup parameters section).
The Default run mode defines the client used for infobase access. Select one of the following:
- Select automatically
- Thin client
- Web client
- Thick client
In the 1C:Enterprise version field, specify the 1C:Enterprise version that you want to use for infobase access.
In 64-bit Windows, you can specify the bitness of the application for operating with the base using the Bitness parameter:
- 32 (x86) — run the 32-bit application
- 32 (x86) priority – search for the latest application version. If both bitness options are available for the latest version, run the 32-bit application
- 64 (x86_84) — run the 64-bit application
- 64 (x86_64) priority – search for the latest application version. If both bitness options are available for the latest version, run the 64-bit application
Operations with the infobase list are described in detail in 1C:Enterprise 8.3. Administrator Guide, in the infobase list maintenance chapter.