Tables in database

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Where do we find the table names and  where exactly the user information is stored in 1C

 
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Hello.
1C stores tables as binary. It has its own naming system. What exactly are you looking for? Did you forget your password?

 
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Not certainly in that way. It is quite possible to refer to tables 1C if desired. Look at the screenshot for example.

But in general it is not recommended to do it :-)

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Hello this is Gulshan Negi
Well In 1C, user information is typically stored in a database. The specific location and format of the user data will depend on the specific configuration of the 1C system being used. It is possible that the data may be stored in a local file or in a remote database, such as Microsoft SQL Server or PostgreSQL.
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Hi Gulshan Negi,

you are absolutely right!

In my practice, there were cases when a 1C application accessed SQL tables directly. But in general it is not recommended to do this :-)

 
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