Monthly Archives: June 2011

Understanding Netsuite Backend

This post is for people who are just beginning to use the PHPToolkit to interact with Netsuite. The following is a quick list of useful resources: 1. Netsuite Schema Browser: (link will change for newer versions of the wsdl) This … Continue reading

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Sample Search Code

The ability to run searches is a great feature of Netsuite Backend. Following is some sample search code. Keep in mind that Netsuite changes the structure of the returned object if their is only one result. (often, rather than returning … Continue reading

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Netsuite and Null Fields

UPDATE: There is a nice post here on how to do this with the 2013_1 toolkit. If you wish to have the Netsuite PHPToolkit set a field to null, you can’t just set the value of the field array to … Continue reading

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Data Validation with Netsuite Backend

One of my greatest frustrations with Netsuite web services has been their data validation.  When I began programming with the Netsuite PHP Toolkit, I assumed that web services would accept the same data the front-end (web interface) did; however, often … Continue reading

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Netsuite PHP Toolkit Directory Global Scope Problem

The latest version of the PHP Toolkit for Netsuite web-services (2010_2 as of this writing) and all previous versions (as far as I know) assume that the $endpoint string and $myDirectory array are declared in global scope. However, if in … Continue reading

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