Combine all source records as a file to export

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  • Tyler Lamparter Principal Product Manager
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    Vreddhi Bhat what is the destination? If the destination is a file provider like FTP, S3, Google Drive, etc then it will by default aggregate each unique source to a file. If the destination is not a file provider, then you can batch requests on a per page basis, but only file providers have the buffering ability.

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  • Vreddhi Bhat
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    Tyler Lamparter

    The destination would be netsuite. And the source would be a generic HTTPS endpoint which accepts a POST request and responds with semicolon separated csv file content.

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  • Tyler Lamparter Principal Product Manager
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    So are you trying to group the records together that are coming from your initial POST call to your source so that only 1 record in NetSuite get created? Maybe you can elaborate some more.

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  • Vreddhi Bhat
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    Yes Tyler Lamparter That is exactly my requirement.

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  • Tyler Lamparter Principal Product Manager
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    Vreddhi Bhat have you tried the group by functionality?

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  • Vreddhi Bhat
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    Looks like either I am on a different version, or the REST type of export does not expose this group option!!

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  • Tyler Lamparter Principal Product Manager
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    Vreddhi Bhat can you screenshot your flow? Are you using generic REST type? You should migrate to generic HTTP which has all the functionality of REST and more. REST has been deprecated to some extent so I'm wondering where/how you made this. 

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  • Vreddhi Bhat
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    Its indeed the HTTP(S):

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  • Tyler Lamparter Principal Product Manager
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    Vreddhi Bhat it looks like for CSV type responses, you need to specify the group within the parser rules here:

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