CloudExtend Excel for NetSuite Bust Mode was built to get your data from Excel to NetSuite really fast. If you need to submit large jobs that are prone to timeouts between Excel and NetSuite or you need to submit multiple jobs without waiting for them to complete try Burst Mode. One primary difference between Burst Mode and Standard Upload is that Netsuite may elect to defer the processing of the job once received therefore for small uploads we still recommend the standard upload process.
Here's how to use Burst Mode.
Check the box on the upsert screen where it says to use new Burst Upload and then choose your Upsert option (all records or selected records). If picklists have already been resolved it should only take a few seconds for the job to be submitted.
Once your job has been submitted you will be notified of the progress. At this point you can safely submit other jobs (load them on other tabs in the workbook). You can even close Excel if desired (save your workbook first). After NetSuite completes the job the results are sent to the CloudExtend server and available for you to download.
When you have been notified that your job is completed go ahead and click the download icon and your results will fetched from the CloudExtend server. If there any errors or warnings they will be displayed in the Reserved Column (Column A).
Checking on your job in NetSuite
Once your job has been submitted we periodically ping NetSuite for updates. If you or your Admin wants to check the status in NetSuite this can be done by going to Setup->Integration->SOAP Web Services Process Status.
Once there you will see a list of all the jobs in your queue.
Removing a stuck burst mode job that appears incomplete
If a job has fully completed but you're still receiving an indication that the job is in progress you can turn off this notification by navigating to the job status window and clicking the trash icon to stop being notified.