1C Company released a new 1C:Subsystems Library 2.2 with additional subsystems
New 1C:Subsystems Library 2.2 includes new and updated subsystems to design on premises and SaaS applications based on 1C:Enterprise.
1C:Subsystems Library (1C:SL) provides a suite of universal functional subsystems, predefined sections for user documentation, and a technology for application development on 1C:Enterprise 8.3 platform. 1C:SL tools allow for faster development of new configurations with out-of-the-box basic functionality, and for easy embedding of new functional blocks into existing configurations. Using 1C:SL functionality in application development on 1C:Enterprise 8 platform also achieves better configuration unification, resulting in faster and easier learning and implementation of applications built on standard subsystems.
The 1C:SL subsystems cover a variety of areas, such as application administration tools, maintenance of users and user access rights, maintenance of reference information (address classifiers, currency rates, calendar schedules, and more), external information system integration technologies. 1C:SL offers basic user interfaces that facilitate operations with tasks, business processes, attached files, digital signatures, contact information, additional attributes and data, email messages, and more.
Moreover, 1C:SL provides additional methods for application development.
The service (SaaS) mode of 1C:Enterprise applications is the infobase operation mode when users connect to the infobase over the Internet using web browsers and the infobase is stored on a server that belongs to a service provider company. This company guarantees data security and confidentiality, and performs configuration and common data updates.
In this case users operate in a single infobase but their data is separated, so that users of a service subscriber do not have access to data of another service subscriber. This is implemented using common attributes as data separators.
Subsystems, included in 1C:Subsystems Library 2.2
- Additional reports and data processors (new)
- Address classifier (new)
- Attached files (new)
- Base functionality (updated)
- Calendar schedules (new)
- Companies (updated)
- Contact information (updated)
- Currencies (new)
- Data area backup (updated)
- Data exchange (updated)
- Data import from file (new)
- Dynamic configuration update control (updated)
- Email operations (updated)
- File functions (new)
- Full text search (separated from Base functionality)
- Job queue (updated)
- Get files from the Internet (updated)
- Infobase version update (updated)
- Item order setup (updated)
- Legitimate software check (separated from Base functionality)
- Message exchange (updated)
- Object attribute edit prohibition (new)
- Object prefixation (updated)
- Object versioning (new)
- Performance monitor (new)
- Print (new)
- Properties (new)
- Remote administration (updated)
- Scheduled jobs (updated)
- Supplied data (updated)
- Users (updated)
- User sessions (updated)
- Work schedules (new)
Version 2.2 of the 1C:Subsystems Library tool is used to develop configurations compatible with 1C:Enterprise 8.3.4 or later. When running such a configuration on 1C:Enterprise 8.3.4, set the Compatibility mode property to Do not use. You can also set the modality use mode to Do not use. The interface compatibility mode can be set to Version 8.2, Version 8.2. Enable Taxi, or Taxi. Enable Version 8.2.
1C LLC is the owner of 1C:Subsystems Library, it is a free universal functionality subystems library, is not intended for accounting purposes, is distributed "as is", and can be used as a basis for development of your own applications on 1C:Enterprise 8 platform. Using 1C:Subsystems Library implies that developers build it into their applications. This program is distributed WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY and 1C Company provides support for this application at 1C:Developer Network forum. In order to use 1C:Subsystems Library or applications that are based of it, it is required to own or acquire valid licenses of 1C:Enterprise platform. To study 1C:Subsystems Library, you can run it on 1C:Enterprise (training version), keeping in mind the limitations of the training version.
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