- Shopify – NetSuite integration app
- Amazon – NetSuite integration app
- Shopify - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central integration app
- Cash Application Manager - NetSuite integration app
Refund the correct amount to the customer
The Shopify refund to NetSuite refund (add) flow didn’t correctly refund amounts for tax-inclusive orders with negative adjustments. With this fix, the amounts are correctly refunded.
Orders with fully discounted line items are correctly imported along with any additional taxes
With this fix, for any order having a 100 % discounted line item, the tax related to that particular line item is now added as a tax variance.
New fields added to the Product category template
- The Supplier Package Type field has been added to the Shoes category for the United States (US) and Canada (CA) marketplaces.
- For the Canada (CA) marketplace, the recommended_browse_nodes field has been added for the following categories:
- Home Improvement
For more information on the list of marketplaces and product categories supported, see Supported Amazon marketplaces and product categories
Resolve location update error
When you export an order to Microsoft Dynamics Business Central 365, update the Shopify location, and run the Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central posted sales shipment to Shopify fulfillment (add) flow, then the flow displayed an error message “Empty message returned by remote function.” This issue is now resolved.
Update correct payments to CAM transaction record
The issue with CAM payments being created twice or payments being created with incorrect amounts or double amounts whenever customer deposit creation fails, has now been fixed. With this fix, only a single payment will be created when the Transaction amount and the Invoice amount are the same.
When the Transaction amount is greater than the Invoice amount, only a single payment will be created with the status as Partially applied, and within the payment invoice, the Invoice amount will be displayed as Applied and the excess amount will be displayed as Unapplied. When the Transaction amount is lesser than the Invoice amount, a single payment will be created with Applied status.
For more information on how to reconcile partially applied payments, see Reconciling Partially Applied Transactions.