|Functionality||After||Before||Result of change|
|Standard functions.||The search for references to external data source tables is available for the standard function Find references to object, which operates in the managed mode.||It was impossible to find references to objects of external data sources tables using the standard function Find references to object.||You can search for references to external data source objects using a standard function.|
|Spreadsheet document.||In a spreadsheet document that is in the read-only mode, you can expand and collapse groups not only using a mouse, but also using keyboard shortcuts and the shortcut menu of the spreadsheet document.||In a spreadsheet document that was in the read-only mode, expanding and collapsing groups could only be performed using a mouse.||Improved usability of spreadsheet documents.|
|Navigation links.||In the In tabs form opening mode when a form is opened by clicking a navigation panel command and the navigation link is requested, if the managed form property AutoUrl is set to True, the form returns a link to the object displayed by the form. Otherwise, it returns the value of the Url property of the managed form.||In the In tabs form opening mode forms opened by clicking navigation panel commands returned links to navigation points.||You can open a list form in a separate window using the shortcut menu of the tab title.|
|Managed form.||If the EditMode property of a managed form table cell is set to Directly, pressing the Enter key in this cell moves the cursor to the next editable cell in this row. If the cell is last in a row, the cursor is moved to the first editable cell of the next row. If there is no next row and the managed form table has the Autoinput new row property set to True, a new row is added.||In the row editing mode pressing the Enter key finished editing the table cell and did not move the cursor to the next cell.||Pressing the Enter key is handled in the same way in the new row input mode and in the row editing mode. This simplifies working with the platform and enhances editing table data using the keyboard.|
|Managed form.||While editing a cell of a managed form table with EditMode property set to Directly:
||These features were not provided.||Improved usability of managed form tables.|
|Managed form.||In managed forms, in automatic table row adding mode, you can delete rows by pressing Alt+Shift+Del. A row is deleted in the following cases:
You can use this keyboard shortcut even while you are editing a table row.
|This feature was not provided.||Improved usability of managed form tables.|
|The managed form.||If you press the Down Arrow key while the cursor is in the last row of a managed form table, a new row is added. If you press the Up Arrow key while the cursor is in a new row and the new row is still empty, this row is deleted. If you move the cursor from top to bottom by holding down the Down Arrow key, the cursor will stop at the last row of the managed form table. To add a new row, release the Down Arrow key and press it again.||Pressing the Down Arrow key did not create a new row. Pressing the Up Arrow key did not undo the creation of a new row.||Improved usability of managed form tables.|
|Managed form.||For attributes of String type that have fixed length, the automatic marking of incomplete attributes is modified. The change affects attributes located in managed form tables, table boxes or spreadsheet documents. The check whether the attribute is performed using the ValueIsFilled() method, so the value of String type is considered incomplete if it does not contain any any characters except spaces.||An attribute was considered incomplete only if it contained a blank string.||Unified the behavior of marking of incomplete attributes.|
|Web client.||When the web client is started in a web browser that is not in the list of supported ones, a warning is displayed. The user has the choice to continue their work in the current browser or to view the list of supported web browsers. The warning is displayed no more than once per week.||The check for supported web browsers was not performed.||The user receives a warning if they use an unsupported web browser or an unsupported version of a supported browser.|
|Web client.||When the web client is started in a web browser whose version is not supported, a warning is displayed. The user has the choice to continue their work in the current browser or to view the list of supported web browsers. The warning is displayed no more than once per month.||The check for supported browser versions was not performed.||The user receives a warning when they use an unsupported web browser or an unsupported version of a supported browser. It is recommended that they change their browser version when they receive the warning.|
|Web client.||When the web client is started in Microsoft Internet Explorer version later than those available during the platform development, a warning is displayed. The user has the choice to continue their work in the current browser or to view the list of supported web browsers. The warning is displayed no more than once per month.||The check for supported Microsoft Internet Explorer versions was not performed.||The user is notified if their Microsoft Internet Explorer version was not tested for compatibility with 1C:Enterprise.|
|Technological log.||You can write information about working with external data sources
to the technological log. For this purpose, the <EDS> event is added to the configuration file of the technological log.
|Working with external data sources was not reflected in the system technological log.||A tool for analyzing problems that might occur while working with external data sources.|
|Technological log.||You can have all operations that affect server cluster functioning (for example, operations performed during data replication between cluster services) written to the technological log. For this purpose, the <CLSTR> event is added to the technological log configuration file.||Events that were generated during the execution of operations that affected server cluster functioning were not reflected in the technological log.||A tool for analyzing server cluster issues.|
|Server cluster. Administration tools.||Cross-platform administration server (RAS) is implemented for administering the server cluster. The application can run both as a standalone application and a service (daemon). The administration server is installed with 1C:Enterprise server.
The cross-platform command line utility (RAC) is implemented for the administrator server. The utility is installed with 1C:Enterprise server. Administration utility version and administration server version may differ. The utility provides the same administration functionality as program cluster administration tools (the V82.ComConnector COM object),
except operating system authentication of the administrator in infobases, clusters, or working servers. The utility does not support this feature.
An interface for working with the administration server using Java is also implemented. The interface is distributed via ITS (together with its description and usage example) (http://its.1c.ru/db/metod81#content:4985:1).
|Tools for 1C:Enterprise server cluster administration were only available for Windows operating system as a cluster administration console and as V82.ComConnector COM object. Linux tools for server cluster administration were not provided.||You can administer 1C:Enterprise server cluster using the command line in various operating systems (Windows and Linux), and also from Java programs.|
New functions and changes in 1C:Enterprise mode