Oracle NetSuite: How sync works with locked and closed periods
If you sync with Oracle NetSuite, there are specific ways the sync handles locked or closed periods.
If a period is closed in Oracle NetSuite, transactions won't sync over from Cashflow360
To allow the sync to apply vendor credits in Oracle NetSuite when a period is closed, enable Non-GL Changes to the Accounting Period in Oracle NetSuite:
- Hover over Setup > Accounting, select Manage Accounting Periods
- Select the period in which the vendor credit is dated to edit the base period
- Check Allow Non-G/L Changes
Note: The vendor credit must already exist in Oracle NetSuite for the sync to apply it in a closed period. A new vendor credit won't sync to Oracle NetSuite if the period is closed, even if you enable Non-GL Changes to the Accounting Period in Oracle NetSuite.
If a period is locked in Oracle NetSuite, transactions will be allowed to sync over from Cashflow360.
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