Links to Script Records: Now Available in NetSuite

Links to Script Records: Now Available in NetSuite

A Feature Your Developers Will Love

The NetSuite 2017.2 Release is here, and there are many new features and enhancements we’re really excited about.  If you missed our Webinar, please feel free to download the recording and check out some of the highlights.  One of the updates we think our clients’ developers will really appreciate is what has been done with Scripted Records Page. The scripted records page is very useful to find out what kinds of scripts are running on specific records. Users will now have direct access to a lot more of the settings, making it much faster and easier to deploy and modify things.  This will also make testing the scripts more efficient.  NetSuite will now provide more information about who owns the script and the associated bundles as well.

For any developers out there, we saved the best for last.  We have spoken and NetSuite has listened, and will now be including links to the script records.  This should make it much more convenient to isolate and find any scripts causing you headaches that require modification.

For more information on the new Release enhancements, contact Keystone today!

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