Provides integration into NetSuite via its SOAP API.

Revision History

2.0.0.3 Initial Release

2020.1.0.1 Updated signature method


Properties

Connection

Type: Connection Input
The Connection Property

Url
Type: String
The location of your NetSuite, for example https://123456-sb1.suitetalk.api.netsuite.com

Account
Type: String
NetSuite account number. Note that for sandbox accounts, the account number should usually end with _SB1 (case sensitive and using an underscore rather than a dash) and should not be specified as -sb1 as may be assumed from the URL.

ConsumerKey
Type: Password
NetSuite consumer key

ConsumerSecret
Type: Password
NetSuite consumer secret

TokenId
Type: Password
NetSuite token ID

TokenSecret
Type: Password
NetSuite token secret


Operation

Type: String Input
The name of the operation to be performed. This will be set automatically when you load a Node Sample.


RecordType

Type: String Input
The type of record that will be used for the operation. This will be set automatically when you load a Node Sample.


Preferences

Type: String Input
Specifies preferences for handling the request. Although this Property will be set automatically when a Node Sample is loaded, it can be left blank unless the default preferences need to be customised.


Request

Type: String Input
The Request Property
The primary request payload for the operation. A sample of this document will be set automatically when you load a Node Sample. To prepare it for use, either hardcode values into the document or generate using QuickMap.

Response

Type: String Output
The result returned by NetSuite.

Custom Inputs

Loading certain Node Samples will cause Custom Input Properties to be added to the Node.

Remarks

This Node is a wrapper around the NetSuite SOAP API and makes it possible to interact with NetSuite without additional code. Refer to https://www.netsuite.com/portal/developers/resources/suitetalk-documentation.shtml for detail on the specific calls that are implemented.

Examples

See https://flowgear.me/s/fsvrOHX for a set of examples.


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