To give the NetSuite Connector the ability to authenticate and enable the other activities to successfully send requests to the NetSuite SOAP operations, you must have an active NetSuite account and complete the following steps:
Follow the steps in the NetSuite documentation to enable the Show Internal IDs preference.
Enabling this preference lets you see the internal IDs for all fields, records, lists, workflow actions, and custom forms in NetSuite. The internal ID of an object is a required input property for most of the NetSuite activities.
Follow the steps in the NetSuite documentation to create an integration record.
Token-Based Authentication is the preferred authentication method. When creating your record, take note of the following authentication details.
- Consumer Key
- Consumer Secret
Note that this is the only time that you can retrieve these values.
Follow the steps in the NetSuite documentation to create User Access Token.
After creating your token, take note of the Token ID and Token Secret that are displayed on the confirmation page.
To establish a connection, you will need to authenticate using your Oracle NetSuite credentials.
Connect To Sandbox - Select whether you want to connect to Sandbox or not.
Consumer Key - The Consumer Key for your Oracle NetSuite account.
Consumer Secret - The Consumer Secret for your Oracle NetSuite account.
Access Token ID - The Access Token for your Oracle NetSuite account.
Access Token Secret - The Token Secret for your Oracle NetSuite account.
Account ID - Your Oracle NetSuite Account ID. You can find your NetSuite account ID in the Setup section.
- In the Setup, go to Company.
- Under Company Information, select Account ID. You can also find the Account ID in the URL. For example, if the URL is https://12345_XYZ.app.netsuite.com/, your account ID is 12345_XYZ.
For more information on creating connections with Oracle NetSuite, refer to NetSuite Help Center
UiPath supports events via Polling for Oracle NetSuite.
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