New features in version 8.3.20

New functionality and changes

  • Configurations developed using 1C:Enterprise platform version 8.3.19 or earlier can now run on version 8.3.20 (without the need to update the configuration or the application data structures). This provides the option to migrate to version 8.3.20 in two stages: first, update the platform version (without any changes to the configuration), and then make the required changes and disable compatibility mode. This also gives you the option to open the InfoBase using version 8.3.19 after the migration to version 8.3.20, even if you disable the compatibility mode (simply enable it again).

  • The configuration extension now provides more features.

  • You can now activate software licenses when it is not possible to start Designer.

  • You can now implement all functions of managing the event log using 1C:Enterprise language.

  • It is now possible to work with regional InfoBase settings using 1C:Enterprise language.

  •  Advanced query language features.

  •  Advanced Data Composition System features.

  • Expanded collaboration system capabilities.

  • Extended list of supported PostgreSQL versions.

  • The configuration extension now provides more features.

  • Improved client application interface.

  • New formatting options for dynamic lists.

  • Clearing text with XML-like markup from invalid characters is now more convenient.

  • It is now easier to determine the client application used.

  • The picture library is upgraded.

New functionality and changes in the 1C:Enterprise mode

  • Video calls in the Collaboration System are now more user-friendly.

  • It is now easier to manage the read status of messages. The user can configure the control mode for this feature.

  • Advanced features of system administration from the client application.

  • Improved operations with Collaboration System messages.

  • Improved interface of some forms on mobile devices.

  • When using the File System extension in Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox, receiving files over HTTPS is now faster.


  • Slightly increased system speed and optimized use of RAM on Windows.

  • Improved server cluster stability in problematic situations.

  • Improved performance of the LIKE operator in a file InfoBase.

  • Improved performance of some queries executed on systems with restricted data access.

  • Improved control over resource usage by the cluster working process.

  • Reduced RAM consumption by the server cluster in the separated mode.

  • Restructuring an InfoBase if it contains configuration extensions is now faster.

  • Improved configuration load from XML files when the standalone server is used.

  • Improved list of characteristics.

Changes that affect system behavior

  • Advanced configuration extension features.

  • Simplified debugging of applications that run in an standalone mobile client.

  • Expanded restrictions of access to information register data.

  • The configuration keeps functioning as much as possible in case of extension issues.

  • The configuration dump to XML files now supports new platform features.

Changes that require modification of configuration and administrative settings

  • Simplified use of 1C:Enterprise components that require Java system, for example, the v2 restructuring mechanism, the licensing utility, and so on.

  • Simplified access to the licensing utility.

  • The parameters of the /SignCfg command in batch mode and config sign-cfg in Designer agent responsible for specifying file names and configuration types have been unified with similar parameters of other commands.

  • Simplified installation of 1C:Enterprise components on Linux.

  • Outdated Linux distribution packages are no longer supported.

  • 1C:Enterprise deployed under Linux no longer depends on the webkitgtk-3.0.0 library.

  • The outdated operating system is no longer supported.

  • Simplified connection to the Collaboration System from background jobs that are started using scheduled jobs.

  • Crawling the list of standard settings is now more logical. When crawling the list, an exception caused by incorrect settings is excluded.

  • It is now possible to use a more secure version of OpenID Connect protocol.

  • An extended list of error categories.

  • Eliminated unexpected system behavior.

  • Improved security of standalone server management.

  • There are two modes available for managing a standalone server:

  • o   Without a running server instance. In this case, the configuration file of the standalone server is generated.

  • o   With a running server instance. In this case, you must explicitly specify the managed server instance (on the current or remote computer) using the appropriate command-line options.

  • Advanced standalone server administration features.

  • Expanded the administrative interface of the standalone server.

  • Excluded access to undocumented properties of chart objects.

  • Simplified installation of 1C:Enterprise components on Linux. The installation of client application distribution packages is unified with other operating systems as much as possible.

  • The Microsoft Excel document obtained as a result of spreadsheet document export is now more correct.

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