- Support for uninstalling the Salesforce Commerce Cloud-NetSuite connector
The Salesforce Commerce Cloud-NetSuite connector has been enhanced to allow you to uninstall the connector from your integrator.io account. If you uninstall this connector, the connector tile is also removed from your integrator.io account and all associated information with the connector is deleted from your integrator.io account. After uninstalling you can reinstall from the marketplace as long as you have a valid subscription
For more information, see How to uninstall the connector?
- Support for the customer import flow to include order data
The Commerce Cloud Customer to NetSuite Customer Add flow can now be configured through Field Mappings to also include information pertaining to an order. With this feature, you can add a mapping in the Commerce Cloud Customer to NetSuite Customer Add flow for importing any order information you want to be included in the customer record. While adding the mapping, you are required to enter "_parent." as a prefix in the Export Field (Webhook) column. Without this prefix, the order information you want to include in customer record will not be imported.
- Support for the tax line item in sales order to include quantity and net price
When you select a value for the NetSuite item to track Commerce Cloud tax amount as a line item drop-down list, the sales order in NetSuite is created with additional line item to track tax amount. Prior to this enhancement, this line item to track tax amount did not populate any value for the quantity and net price. With this release, the connector has been enhanced to populate these values also in NetSuite for the additional line item which is created to track tax amount.
Generate error when multiple matches are found for customer with same email id
If multiple matches are found for a customer with same email id, ideally the connector should throw a valid error message rather than updating the first matching customer record in NetSuite. Prior to this release, the connector use to update the first matching customer record in case NetSuite had multiple customer records found using email as lookup criteria. This sometimes resulted in overriding incorrect record. With this release, this feature has been enhanced to generate an error when the lookup criteria is email and multiple customers record exit in NetSuite for the same customer.