History is a standard interface feature. It is provided by the platform and available to all applied solution users. The history stores all of the user actions that involve adding or changing data (catalog items, documents, and so on). A user can open the list of changes at any time and switch to any of the objects available in the list. For example, they might need this to check the data they entered.

History records are grouped by date. Search through the history records is available.

The history stores a maximum of 200 records. When new records are added to the history, the old ones are deleted.

If a database object was changed several times, the history will only store the latest change record for this object.
In scenarios that include changing nonobject data, such as information register records, the history will store records on each data change in the record key fields.

Managing history from 1C:Enterprise script

1C:Enterprise script includes the user work history manager.

You can get it using the global context method UserWorkHistory.

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