Validation added for the “Default tax code when no match is found in NetSuite” setting
The “Default tax code when no match is found in NetSuite” setting now allows you to enter only the NetSuite Internal ID of the tax code or tax group. We are now restricting the tax codes “-7” and “-8” as they are non-taxable in NetSuite.
Support tier pricing feature when “Quantity Pricing” setting is disabled in NetSuite
If the “Quantity Pricing” setting (Setup > Company > Enable Features > Transactions sub-tab > Sales) is disabled in NetSuite, the integration app now supports the tier pricing feature. You can import tier pricing with multiple customer groups with different NetSuite price levels for multiple websites. By default, if we disable the “Quantity Pricing” setting in NetSuite, only one quantity is available.
Tip: After you enable or disable the “Quantity Pricing” setting in NetSuite, it is recommended to edit the saved searches (NetSuite Saved Search for syncing item details / NetSuite Saved Search for syncing matrix item details / NetSuite Saved Search for syncing kit item details) and click Save in the Integration App.
Values are sorted alphabetically for advanced settings with the refresh icon
For all the advanced settings were the refresh icon is displayed, the values of these settings are now sorted alphabetically. Previously, 1000 values were displayed in each setting and it was difficult to search the non-inventory items or saved searches.
Accurate amounts are imported for orders with body level and shipping taxes
When you configure taxes at body level and shipping cost and taxes at cart level, the orders are now imported correctly with accurate amounts.