Integration of 1C 8 with other databases, sites and applications.

Integration of 1C 8 with other databases, sites and applications.

Methods of exchange:

  • Text documents;
  • DBF files;
  • Com connection;
  • WEB-services;
  • WEB extension;
  • XML;
  • Automation Client/Server;
  • Working with HTML documents;
  • Working with files;
  • ActiveDocument Layouts;
  • Working with the Internet;
  • Data exchange.

The "1C: Enterprise 8" system is an open system and provides an opportunity for integration with virtually any external programs and equipment based on open generally accepted "data transmission standards".

In the system "1C: Enterprise 8" there is a whole set of tools with which you can:

  • create, process and share data of various formats;
  • support various communication protocols ;
  • support the standards of interaction with other subsystems.

Text documents

The built-in language of the "1C: Enterprise 8" system allows the developer to create, dynamically form and write text documents. Data exchange using text documents can be one of the less "resource-intensive" ways to organize interaction with other information systems.

DBF files

The DBF database engine is designed to be able to manipulate them directly from the embedded 1C: Enterprise 8 system. Virtually any manipulation of data.

COM connection

The main task solved with the help of a COM connection is to provide reliable and fast program access to the data of the 1C: Enterprise 8 system from external applications.

Web services

The Web services engine allows you to create Web services in the 1C: Enterprise 8 configuration, and also interact with Web services published by third-party vendors.


Web-extension is a separate software product and allows you to embed access to 1C: Enterprise data into existing Web sites and Web applications, as well as create ready-made Web applications that use the 1C: Enterprise 8 database.


System 1C: Enterprise 8 allows you to organize integration with application systems using XML documents, which are by now a common means of presenting data.

Automation Client/Server

The main purpose of the Automation Server "1C: Enterprise 8" is to manage the application of the "1C: Enterprise 8" system from other applications and perform actions similar to interactive activities.

Work with HTML-documents

Tools for working with HTML-documents allow you to embed them in the forms of the application solution and edit them with the built-in language "1C".

Working with files

"1C: Enterprise 8" by the built-in language provides access to the functions of working with the file system. This capability can be used to organize interaction with other information systems through common directories.

ActiveDocument mockups

ActiveDocument technology is intended for editing documents external to "1C: Enterprise 8" editors.

Working with the Internet

Work with the Internet is possible directly from the built-in language "1C". The developer can send and receive e-mails, and also exchange data via HTTP (HTTPS) and FTP protocols.

Data exchange

The data exchange mechanisms implemented in the 1C: Enterprise 8 technological platform allow creating territorially distributed information systems both on the basis of 1C: Enterprise 8 information bases and with the participation of other information systems not based on 1C: Enterprise 8 ".

For example, you can organize the work of the main office, branches and warehouses of the enterprise in a single information base, or ensure the interaction of the information base 1C: Enterprise 8 with the existing Oracle database.


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