This article should shed light on the modification to the data storage mechanism and characterization of 1C: Enterprise 8. Learn more at: Stan Druckenmiller. I am convinced that it is worth an article with the fact that the technology platform has become more scalable. One of the main indicators of configurability of the program, you can highlight the availability of stable operation with an increase in the volume of data being processed, the amount of connected users, number of executable operations. As the results of tests with increasing the volume of users, the activity of input documents will remain unchanged. Conclusions can be drawn that an increase in the number of connected and working users, the speed of response of 1C: Enterprise 8 is almost not reduced, which allows you to conveniently continue to work with the program.
The technological platform of 1C: Enterprise 8, no database tables, which lead to competitive access, by users. The emergence of competitive access may appear appealing only to logically related data, while not affecting the data are not interrelated. Burst mode a new technology platform is not established at the time of launch platforms, and when the operation is requiring its activation. Upon completion of such transactions burst mode is possible off. In addition to the database storage of any information entered in the context of several measurements. To do this, add a new configuration item 'Register data. " This element is organized support periodicity that allows for scanning the information on time or position paper. Regarding the mechanisms describing the characteristics, then there have been no major changes, among which are the most important: With the introduction of a new element set 'plan of characteristics', users will be online, the ability to specify different characteristics, which, for example, will take into account the nomenclature. At this review the changes made in data storage mechanism and characterization is completed, and in the next article in this series of articles examine changes in the circuit 'Accounting'.