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Using Stack Overflow for Learning SuiteScript

This is a sample lesson from my free email course on learning SuiteScript Stack Overflow (http://stackoverflow.com/) is a massive Q&A site used by the entire global programming community (not just JavaScript or SuiteScript developers). Anyone is able to post specific questions here, and community members are able to provide answers, add comments, and discuss solutions. […]

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Using NetSuite Help for SuiteScript

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 […]

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14 How Do I Search All Script Logs in NetSuite?

This week I’m responding to a troubleshooting comment from Effective SuiteScript reader, Michael Moen. Michael’s comment on the ESS mailing list was this: I’ve seen references to being able to search through logs with SuiteScript. Being able to run global searches on logs would make my life a lot easier when it comes to troubleshooting. […]

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8 SuiteScript 2.0 in the Console

In this edition, we take a brief look at how to test out SuiteScript 2.0 code in our browser console. We can use our browser’s Developer Tools in order to quickly test and experiment with SuiteScript without creating an entirely new Script. In SuiteScript 1.0, all of our functions and Objects were available globally, so […]

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5 Logging in SuiteScript 2.0

Logging is an incredibly important tool in software development, and that’s no different in SuiteScript. We use logging to write messages to our Script’s Execution Log. These messages can help us track down errors, audit the execution path of the script, and trace through data values as the script progresses. In SuiteScript 1.0, we added […]