Subsystem dependencies

The following table describes subsystem dependencies. When you include a subsystem in your application, also include all of the subsystems it depends on and three mandatory subsystems:
  • Base functionality
  • Users
  • Infobase version update


    Depends on

    Access management (***)


    Additional reports and data processors (***)


    Address classifier

    Contact information (*)

    Get files from the Internet

    Attached files

    File functions

    Calendar schedules



    Contact information (*)

    Contact information

    Address classifier (*)

    Item order setup

    Currencies (***)

    Get files from the Internet

    Data exchange (***, ****)

    Email operations

    Get files from the Internet (*)

    Object prefixation (*)

    Scheduled jobs (*)

    Dynamic configuration update control


    Email operations


    File functions (** , ***)


    Full-text search


    Get files from the Internet


    Item order setup


    Legitimate software check


    Object attribute edit prohibition 


    Object prefixation 


    Object versioning



    Performance monitor



    Email operations

    Attached files (*)

    Additional reports and data processors (*)


    Object attribute edit prohibition

    Scheduled jobs


    User sessions


    Work schedules

    Calendars schedules

    * It is not a strict dependency. You can include the subsystem in your application without including the subsystem it depends on (provided that you configure the included subsystem properly).

    ** The File functions subsystem cannot be included in an application independently. Always include it together with the Attached files subsystem.

    *** If your application is designed to run in SaaS mode when you include a subsystem, also include a matching subsystem with SaaS postfix. Example: if you include the Currencies subsystem, also include the Currencies SaaS subsystem.

    **** The Data exchange subsystem is mandatory for applications that feature data exchange in a distributed Infobase.

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