NetSuite Item Fulfillment Checking "Fulfill" Checkbox On Item Sublist

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  • Bas van Ditzhuijzen Strategic Partner NetSuite Integration Whiz Salesforce Integration Whiz
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    The NetSuite connector doesnt support iterating over more than one source-array afiak, so to get it to fill the item lines you would need to remove the trackingnumber/packages mapping.

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  • Muneswara Thotakura NetSuite Integration Whiz Salesforce Integration Whiz Software Engineer
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    Hi Jon Lamb, 
        Can you confirm the itemKey 11111 is a valid item internal Id? Mostly you see an "invalid sublist or line item operation" because of invalid item id or itemKey 11111 is not present in Salesorder record. 

    Thanks,

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  • Rosemol Joe

    HiJon Lamb

    Has the issue mentioned above been solved?

    Actually, we are facing a similar issue. By using version 1.0 we were able to provide Dynamic mode in mapping. But now the import is using the SuiteApp SuiteScript 2.x version and an error is created after giving Dynamic Mode as true in Import mapping.

    The error we are getting is: Failed to create, update/transform record because You have attempted an invalid sublist or line item operation. You are either trying to access a field on a non-existent line or you are trying to add or remove lines from a static sublist. Tip: Please make sure that all the line items that you're trying to use exist on the record.

    If you solved your issue please provide the steps you have done in your flow to solve it.

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  • Jon Lamb

    Unfortunately I ended up reverting back to the 1.0 version, kept all the mappings the same and everything is working again. Something about the itemkey mechanic in the 2.0 version seems to have a bug in it, at least as far as I can tell.

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  • Bhargav Mashru

    Jon Lamb Could you provide some guidance. We are receiving below error in both SuiteScript 1 and SuiteScript 2.


      Message: 
        Failed to create, update/transform record because Transaction type specified is incorrect.

      Code: invalid_trans_typ

    This is how our mapping looks:

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  • Jon Lamb

    Bhargav Mashru The issue you're having does not seem to be related to the issue I posted. Whatever is in your nsOrder.recordType variable is not a compatible transformation for whatever your import record type is. Probably need to reach out to Celigo support.

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  • Rosemol Joe

    Hi Jon Lamb

    How we can revert back to version 1.0, could you please provide the steps?

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  • Vedant Harshit

    Hi Rosemol Joe

    We get the option to set the SuiteScript version at the time of creation of the import, once created it can only be changed via backend and not through UI. The available option using UI is, to delete and re-create the import, and select required version at the time of creation. 

    Thanks.

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