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Setting up an Integration to NetSuite

Setting up an Integration to NetSuite

Target Tab

  1. Create an integration
  2. Click on the Target tab
  3. Target – Select NetSuite 
  4. Destination – Select a NetSuite connection
  5. Role Types – Select the Role Type(s) to be used for the destination
  6. Include linked Role Types – Mark this checkbox to include any linked Role Types associated with the selected Role Type. The linked Role Types will be added to the Target Lines
  7. Include ActionsMark this checkbox if a transformation should be applied to the record. The Transformations will be added to the Target Lines.
  8. Save Output to File – Mark this checkbox if the Role Type data should be sent to a file that can then be downloaded. 
  9. Save Transform Output to FileMark this checkbox if the Transformation data should be sent to a file that can then be downloaded. 
  10. Target Lines – Displays the lines that will be available to be mapped on the Integration tab
    • Use the Arrows or edit the Sequence number to change the order of target lines
Duplicate linked Role Type

There may be times it will be required to integrate a single data source column into multiple destination lines. For example, a single source transaction that needs to create multiple destinations journal lines. We can do this by duplicating the linked role type.

  1. Click the Duplicate linked Role Type button
  2. Click the copy icon next to the linked role type to duplicate
  3. Edit the name of the duplicate linked role type
  4. Click OK

Integration Tab 

  1. Click on the Integration tab
  2. Target Lines – From the dropdown list select the lines that will be mapped
  3. For Delete – Not available for this destination
  4. Update Existing – When this checkbox is marked, records that already exist will be updated with any changes
  5. Update Blank Data – When this checkbox is marked, blank source data will overwrite existing data on mapped fields
  6. Source Grouping tab – Select which source(s) to group by and the function for the source
  7. Target Integration tab – This is where the Source data is mapped to the Target data
  8. Additional Columns tab – NOTE: there will be a separate section for each type of Additional Column
  9. Once the Target field(s) are mapped to a Source(s), the Save button becomes active allowing the user to save the Integration Process
Target Tab Integration Tab 

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