How to install specific subsystem an List of Subsystems Dependencies


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Hello,

could you tell me please, where can i find documentation about process of installation specific subsystem(s)? And how can i get a list of dependencies for that subsystem i want to install?

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There is no information in developers_guide, found here (https://1c-dn.com/files/updates/1c_subsystems_library/2_2_4_11/developers_­guide.pdf) :(

 
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Hello, slax slax,

To get specific subsystem(s), install the full version and then cut all subsystems you need + 3 mandatory subsystems:

  • Base functionality
  • Users
  • Infobase version update

Some subsystems has other dependencies. Write the list of subsystems you want, and I'll prepare you the details on dependencies.

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Hello,

below is the list of subsystems i want to install:

  • Users
  • User sessions
  • Object versioning
  • Printing
  • Properties
  • Message exchange
  • Data exchange
  • File operations
  • Scheduled jobs
  • Email operations

Thank you.

 
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Hello, slax slax,
Here is a table of Subsystems dependensies for you.

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Sergey Polikarpov,
Thanks a lot!

Examples of using subsystems i can see in SSL Demo base?

 
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slax slax, you better take a look at 1C:Small Business, it has a rich integration with SL.

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