Subrecords are one of the fundamental data structures in NetSuite, but they’re also one of the more confusing and troublesome. This video is intended to show you the fundamentals of working with Subrecords in SuiteScript 2.0.
NetSuite is a very large, complex ERP system that allows developers a massive level of customization through “SuiteScript”. NetSuite Records, Events, and Script Types NetSuite organizes its data into elements called Records. As these Records are created, manipulated, and updated by various sources, NetSuite fires Events. Some of those Events might be triggered by a […]
SuiteScript Overview You create SuiteScript customizations to NetSuite using an event-driven system. You define various types of Script records, each of which has its own unique set of events, and in your source file, you define functions that will be called to handle those events as they occur within NetSuite. Here we’ll take a brief […]
Using the NetSuite Records Browser The Records Browser defines the schema for all scriptable record types; it is an extremely critical reference tool for every SuiteScript developer. When you need to know how to reference a particular field on a specific record type in your script, the Records Browser is your guide. Direct Link Navigating […]
Using NetSuite Help NetSuite provides an extensive knowledgebase via the Help system, but it can be difficult to navigate and find what you need. Finding your way around Like most knowledgebase-style applications, NetSuite Help has a navigation menu at the left that shows a massive page hierarchy. You can expand sections and drill down through […]
NetSuite Script and Script Deployment Records In order for NetSuite to know how to utilize our SuiteScript source code, we need to be able to tell it which functions to call, when to call them, and who to call them for. We accomplish all of these with the Script and Script Deployment records. Script Records […]