Bill Conway, NetSuite Practice Lead

Recent Posts

How to Use Dell Boomi for Transferring Item Receipts and Fulfillments in NetSuite

 

You want to move your historical transactional data out of one NetSuite instance into another, while merging it into your existing environment. It sounds easy enough but mapping data between environments can quickly become difficult and complex. Utilizing Dell Boomi to transfer item receipts and fulfillments in NetSuite simplifies this complex process. Here are the steps:

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Topics: NetSuite + Oracle, Tips

Performing Incremental Update/Insert from NetSuite using Dell Boomi

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Do you struggle to efficiently moving data from system to system in a timely manner?

Performing an incremental sync is one of the most efficient ways to periodically move only the necessary data between different systems. Dell Boomi is one of many solutions that you can use to perform an incremental sync to move data in and out of two disparate systems. 

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Topics: NetSuite + Oracle, Tips

Manipulating Multiple Records in NetSuite

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You may already know that you can manipulate multiple records in NetSuite with CSV imports and mass updates. But, did you know there is a third option? And this option also gives you the ability to delete a record.  

By using inline editing within a saved search, you can update multiple items. This allows you to update massive sections of your results. With functionality like Excel, it’s easy to use and gets the job done quickly. 

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Topics: NetSuite + Oracle, Tips

NetSuite: Using SuiteScript 1.0 Code in Console Browser

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Do you create a search every time to view field values hidden in the UI? Do you have to dig up the Schema browser to review the data structure when looking at a NetSuite records? Changing field values in NetSuite or viewing the underlying data structure by creating and deploying full scripts is tedious.

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Topics: NetSuite + Oracle, Tips