1C:Enterprise script objects used for operations with calculation registers

 


The following chart shows the interaction between 1C:Enterprise script objects used for operations with calculation registers (fig. 29.23).


Fig. 29.23. 1C:Enterprise script objects used for operations with calculation registers

Note. Yellow boxes indicate data manipulation objects.

Learn more! For details on major types of 1C:Enterprise script objects, see section 1C:Enterprise script objects for operations with applied data.

CalculationRegisterRecord.<name> provides access to calculation register records. This object is not created directly. Instead, it is provided by other objects related to calculation registers. For example, this object represents register records in a record set.

CalculationRegisterRecordKey.<name> is a set of values that uniquely identify a register record. This object is used for referencing a specific record. For example, this object represents a value of the CurrentRow property of the tabular section that stores a list of register records.

RecalcsManager.<calculation register name> is a manager of all recalculation managers in a calculation register.

RecalculationManager.<recalculation name> is used to get a recalculation record set.

RecalculationRecordSet.<recalculation name> represents a recalculation record set.

RecalculationRecord.<recalculation name> is used to access a recalculation record.

ActualActionPeriod is an array of values that have ActualActionPeriodItem type.

ActualActionPeriodItem is an item of the actual action period.

Properties and methods used for operations with calculation registers are similar to properties and methods used for operations with accumulation registers. See section 1C:Enterprise script objects used for operations with accumulation registers.


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