FAQ on working with objects

1. Why can a user not see the Objects section in the left menu?

To be able to access the Objects section, a user must have access permissions. The access permissions are assigned in Administration - Access Settings - Global Access Settings - Access to Objects.

2. How to grant a user access to a specific object?
You can manage access to objects in Administration - Access Settings - Objects.
3. I created a new object, added properties to its, checked the box "show in the object list". Published it, restarted the server. The new object appeared in the Web Application. When adding an object instance, it remains empty. How can I see the new instance?
For instances to be displayed in the object, you need to select displayed fields in the object display settings (wrench icon) in Web Application.
4. Cannot select an object instance in a business process task. The selection window is empty, although the object contains instances.
For the list of instances to be displayed:
a) the user must have access permissions described in the Question 2.
b) the object must contain a String type property with the Is a name box checked (marked with a key icon in the Designer).
5. How to include several fields to the object name.
Assume there is a Services object, which has the following fields: "Service" (String type), "Contractor" (Contractor type), "Price". You need the object name to consist of the Service and Contractor name fields.
To do so: 
1. Create a Name context variable of the String type.
2. Check the Is a name box in the Name context variable.
3. In the additional properties of the Name variable select:
Value calculation type: С# script
Script text:
Service + Contractor != null ? Contractor.Name : ""
Syntax of the ? operator
4. Publish the object and restart the server