About this Release

The CloudExtend Excel for NetSuite v8.0.0 (XLNS v8.0.0) is the latest version of XLNS and is the successor to its v7.1.8 version.

This release comes with:

  • A new feature that will allow users to upload custom segments data while doing the upload via "Burst mode". Previously, the burst mode option was disabled for templates that contained custom segment fields.

  • A fix for an issue that caused users uploading thousands of records (around 10k or more) using the "Burst mode" to get their IPs blocked, which prevented them from using that workbook any further.

  • The SOAP Web Services endpoint version upgrade that supports version 2020.2.


What’s New in this Release

The CloudExtend Excel for NetSuite v8.0.0 contains the following new feature:

  • Support for Custom Segments

    The previous versions of the product did not support "Burst mode" uploads when there are templates and fields containing custom segments and was a known limitation. In such cases, users had to build a custom field to map it over to the Custom segment. With the new version, we have fixed this limitation and users now can use templates and fields containing custom segments.


What Has Changed in this Release

The CloudExtend Excel for NetSuite v8.0.0 contains the following feature enhancements, feature deprecations, and feature removals:

Enhancements:

  • Updated the SOAP Web Services endpoint version to support 2020.2

    The new version is updated to support the WSDL version 2020.2. This change was made along with NetSuite’s Build For NetSuite compliance and does not have a visible change for the customers.

Deprecations:

  • Login with Basic Credentials is removed from the app

    NetSuite has deprecated the ability for users to log in to NetSuite with a user name and password (except for the standard user interface, i.e., www.netsuite.com). From the CloudExtend Excel for NetSuite v8.0.0 onwards, users will no longer be able to log in using basic credentials. (Learn how to fix this)

Removals:

No feature removals in this release.


Fixed Issues

  • Burst Mode Upload causing user's IP getting blocked due to large number of requests

    The app had an issue where if the user was trying to upload large sets of data, i.e., thousands of records like 10,000 or 15000 or more than that, then a large number of requests were generated and sent to our servers within a minute that would overload our server and cause that user's IP to get blocked and resulting in 403 error. This is now fixed. Users should be able to upload large sets of data using Burst mode now without any issue


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