- Shopify – NetSuite integration app
- Magento 2 – NetSuite integration app
- Shopify - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central integration app
- Amazon Seller Central - NetSuite integration app
Support syncing Shopify orders with multiple discounts
The integration app now supports syncing multiple discounts from Shopify to NetSuite. Earlier, when a Shopify order had a shipping discount combined with any other discounts such as manual/automatic discounts, the integration app synced the shipping discount to NetSuite as a variance. A new setting Sync Shopify shipping discounts to NetSuite as has been introduced in the Settings > Order > Discount tab to sync shipping discounts from Shopify to NetSuite correctly even when there are two or more discount combinations in a Shopify order.
For more information on the discount combinations in Shopify, see Discount combination.
The following are the limitations of the current release and will be addressed in the next release:
Shopify made changes to the scope in August 2023 due to which few of the combinations are not supported in this release. We will be supporting these combinations in the upcoming release:
- Product discounts and multiple order discounts combined in the same order are not supported and will be reported as a variance.
- Multiple-order discounts applied to the same order will create a variance, and the integration app picks the best discount same as the previous behavior of Shopify. However, from August, Shopify allows clubbing multiple order discounts. For example, there are two discounts, discount1 is 10% off, and discount2 is 20% off, the order picks the best discount i.e. discount2. While Shopify now supports the final discount as 10% + 20% = 30%.
- Multiple product discounts applied to the same line item will create a variance. For example, there are two items in an order, item A: $100 and item B: $200, with discount1 as buy item A and get item B free, and discount2 as -$5 off on items A and B. In this case, the order picks the best discount i.e. discount1 giving the final value as $100. However, Shopify now supports the final discount as discount1 + discount2 giving the final value as $95.
For more information, see Sync Shopify order discounts to NetSuite.
Advanced settings in the conditional mapping are not getting saved
In the NetSuite item to Shopify product (add or update) flow > Post products to Shopify import, when you do a conditional mapping on the “product.images” field as “Only perform mapping when: Creating a record” didn’t save the mapping configuration and displayed an error “Expected field: imp.http.requestType to be present.”. This issue is resolved now.
Integration app compatible with Magento 2.4.6 edition
The integration app is now compatible with the commerce (Enterprise) and Community editions of Magento 2.4.6. For more information about Magento 2.4.6 edition, see Magento Open Source 2.4.6 release notes.
Note: If you run into the error mentioned in the release notes, connect to your database and run the below query: ALTER TABLE `celigo_sales_order` RENAME INDEX `CELIGO_SALES_ORDER_PARENT_ID` TO `CELIGO_SALES_ORDER_PARENT_ID_1`; and then run the upgrade command(bin/magento setup:upgrade) on the M2 server.
Error when importing orders from Magento 2 to NetSuite
The Magento Order to NetSuite Order Add flow displayed an error “Identical response received from next page request. No more page requests will be made.” when importing orders from Magento 2 to NetSuite. This issue is resolved now.
Order import relative URI is not getting updated
The relative URI of the order import didn’t get updated when you made any change to the date in the Add orders created after setting. This issue is resolved now.
Refund export flow is picking up only the default location
The Shopify refund to Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central refund (add) flow now picks the correct location depending on the combination of the Map Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central locations with Shopify locations and the Select a default Shopify location setting.
Add or update a custom category to the product flow
The Custom category tab under Settings > Product provides you the flexibility to add or update custom categories when Amazon makes changes to the Amazon Seller Central product category template.
Note: This feature will be released in a phased manner through the release rollout on August 21, 2023.
For each custom category that needs to be added or updated, download the latest product category template in the Amazon prescribed format from your Amazon Seller Central account and add the custom category details to the downloaded template.
Limitations: The template containing the customer category details cannot exceed 10 MB, must be in XLSM or XLSX format, and should match the Amazon prescribed format.
When a custom category is created, it will be appended with the suffix “_CC”.
Example: If you create a custom category named “Baby” and save it, the custom category will appear in the available product categories list as “Baby_CC”.
After the custom category is added, configure the flow by editing the Mappings () in the NetSuite Item to Amazon Product Add/Update flow. A custom flow will be created for each custom category added.