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OIC for Netsuite –> mapping Custom Fields by Niall Commiskey

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Simple scenario here – a custom field in the Customer object, need to be filled when creating a customer. I found this out, when I ran the integration, having only mapped, what I thought were the 2 mandatory fields – company and subsidiary –> internal ID. So now the fun starts – Where do I find such custom field definitions in Netsuite?

So there is a custom field Customer Type. Valid values are in the following list – As you can see, B2B has the internalID = 2. That’s the one I want to use. This is what I need to use in my mapping. So I’m now good – I have found the custom field, I know the valid value I need to set. Now to the OIC mapping – I look at the definition of the Target Netsuite Customer – Read the complete article here.

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