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Resolve Amazon error: Invalid sublist or line item operation

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  • Chris Harper
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    I found a workaround for this. It's not perfect, but it works fairly well.

    For the user specified in the Celigo -> NetSuite connection settings, go toTransactions > Customer > Accept Customer Payment screen where the 10k invoice limit is imposed. Now, change the sort the list of 10k invoices. You do this by clicking the column header names in the columns listed in the sublist view, it might take some time for the sort to apply (it's a ton of data). This will change the range of invoices shown on the screen. The login used by the connection will now see the same sort as the logged in user. When you re-run the flow, you should get more successful payments applied. 

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