Our Top 10 NetSuite Blog posts this 2019

Over the course of 2019, we’ve published several articles in our NetSuite Blog.

Articles include SuiteScript tips and sample code, saved search tips, workflow guides and NetSuite Administration tips.

As a start of a year-ender tradition, we are bringing you the top 10 NetSuite blog posts that we’ve had this 2019 according to view statistics.
  1. SuiteScript 2.0: Sample code for sending an email using a scriptable template
This came out as a surprise that it hit the # 1 spot as my most viewed blog. This is probably due to the lack of proper documentation in the NetSuite help guide. In this NetSuite blog post, I gave a sample code on how you can send emails using Scriptable Templates.
  1. SuiteScript 0: Retrieving List/Record values returned by search.lookupFields
This can come out handy especially if you are a SuiteScript 2.0 transitioner as there was a difference with how you can look up field values in SuiteScript.
  1. Using Postman to test your first NetSuite RESTlet
Postman is the most popular tool used by NetSuite Developers for testing RESTlets. In this article, I presented a step by step tutorial of how you can start using the tool to test your first NetSuite RESTlet.
  1. SuiteScript 2.0: Date type of field > Simple solution for solving the ‘invalid field value’ error
Here, I explained the two reasons your script that is using date fields is getting an “invalid field value” error and how you can solve them.
  1. SuiteFlow: A working example of setting a value on the “Items” sublist via workflows
I wrote this blog post way back when the support for “Items” sublist feature was introduced last NetSuite Release 2018.1. I presented the step-by-step tutorial on how you can start deploying NetSuite Workflows to manipulate “Items” sublist.
  1. SuiteScript 2.0 : Why you should check out N/task.SearchTask
In this article, I explained how to incorporate N/task.SearchTask, the object that is highly valuable when you have a project that aims to convert CSV files from saved searches. If you’re not aware of it, it’s time you check it now.
  1.  NetSuite 101: Which executes first, User Event scripts or workflows?
This is probably one of the questions you will probably encounter in your life as a NetSuite Developer. You will get the answer straight from this blog post.
  1. NetSuite SuiteScript 2.0: Load a search and add filter expressions
As you level up your NetSuite coding skills and use filter expressions, look at this article to get the sample code of how you can achieve it.
  1.  NetSuite Administration 101: Using Freemarker on Email Templates
This is a step-by-step guide on how you can start incorporating Freemarker on your NetSuite email templates, without getting intimated by the code.
  1. NetSuite Saved Searches: Get the list of records with duplicate addresses
Do you want to have an audit of the customer records who have duplicate addresses? In this article I am going to show you the criteria that you can use in a saved search to do so.

There you have it, our top NetSuite Blog posts this 2019. We hope that you picked something useful in our blog this past year. Watch out for more tips and tricks in our NetSuite Blog this 2020!

We are LEACC Consulting and we are sincerely wishing you a prosperous and knowledge-filled 2020!

LEACC Consulting is a team of NetSuite Certified Developers with IT experience solely dedicated to NetSuite technologies for eight years. We are experts in both SuiteScript 2.0 and SuiteScript 1.0. Our team has worked with 400+ NetSuite scripts and workflows combined.

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