• What are the uses of the Catalog configuration object?
  • What are the distinctive catalog features?
  • How does one use the attributes and tabular sections of a catalog?
  • What is the purpose of hierarchical catalogs and meaning of parents?
  • What is the purpose of subordinate catalogs and meaning of owners?
  • What are the default catalog forms?
  • What are predefined items?
  • What is the difference between regular catalog items and predefined items from the configuration perspective?
  • How can users tell the difference between regular catalog items and predefined items?
  • How does one create a Catalog configuration object and define its structure?
  • How does one specify a synonym for a standard attribute?
  • How does one add items to a catalog?
  • How does one create a catalog group?
  • How does one move items between catalog groups?
  • What are the uses of the base configuration and database configuration?
  • How does one modify the database configuration?
  • What is the relationship between configuration objects and database objects?
  • What is a subordinate configuration object?
  • What is the purpose of catalog attribute fill check?
  • What is a quick choice and when should one use it?
  • How does one display a catalog and define a presentation for the catalog in the applied solution interface sections?
  • How does one display the commands that create catalog items in the subsystem interface?
  • How does one edit the command interface of subsystems?
  • What are the standard panels used in the applied solution interface and how does one set up the panel positions in Designer and in 1C:Enterprise mode?
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