Tips and guidelines

Transferring an office to distance working means moving all business processes to digital format and online. For a distributed team to work effectively, it is necessary to ensure the effective interaction and joint work of all the company employees.

We have prepared some tips on how to use the 1C:Enterprise features to adapt the current company processes to new operations formats quickly.

How do I publish 1C infobases on a web server?
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If the company wishes to arrange distance working independently, for users to be able to connect to the Infobase via the Internet, this Infobase must be published on a web server.
The web server setup and infobases publishing procedure are described below.

How do I set up a connection from home using a web client?
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Such a connection is possible on PCs running Windows, Linux, or macOS. The Windows Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Safari browsers can be used.
Using a web client does not require a preliminary installation of the client application on the user's PC. For the same reason, there is no need to update the client application.

How do I administration remote server cluster 1C:Enterprise?
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1C:Enterprise Server contains the server cluster administration server, and client applications-the standard "server Management" processing (starting from version 8.3.15). Together, these tools allow you to administer a cluster of servers over the HTTP Protocol from any operating system supported by 1C:Enterprise.

How do I arrange interaction with colleagues using 1C:Enterprise platform?
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To quickly arrange remote interaction between employees, an enterprise can use a collaboration system supported by all applications on the platform level.
The collaboration system allows you to exchange text messages, files, arrange audio and video conferences, and to share your computer's screen during a video call.
The collaboration server exists as a separate software product; it can be installed independently on your local network. This may be required if confidential information (in the form of messages) mustn't go beyond the enterprise local network.

How do I configure a pass-through authentication in different 1C applications using OpenID?
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OpenID authentication, supported by the platform, allows you to access several infobases after entering the username and password once. This can be useful for those users who, when switching to telework, have to work with different infobases.

How do I configure OpenID Connect authentication?
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OpenID Connect authentication allows 1C:Enterprise to verify the identity of the user based on the authentication performed by a third-party provider. As a result, to access the 1C:Enterprise application, users can use their credentials on other sites that support OpenID Connect authentication.

How do I get a shared 1C infobases list over the Internet?
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If the enterprise users are used to working with multiple infobases that are contained in the general Infobase list, this list can be published on an HTTP or Web service.

How do I quickly adapt a desktop 1C application for using on mobile devices?
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Such a connection is possible on mobile devices running Android, iOS, Windows.
The mobile client is one of the platform versions for mobile devices. Using this platform version, you can build a mobile application, which is similar to a thin client, which works with an Infobase published on a web server.
The mobile client can execute the configuration developed for desktop computers. This requires minimal improvements related to interface adaptation.

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