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Version 1.2.7.0

Date: Nov 2022

About this Release:

The CloudExtend Excel Analytics for NetSuite v1.2.7.0 (XLANS v1.2.7.0) is the latest version of XLANS and is the successor to its v1.2.6.0. This release comes with a fix for an issue that many users reported in last few days where they were unable to access their reports when they login to the add in. It was prompting users to start from scratch. This is fixed now.

What’s New in this Release:

No feature enhancements, deprecations or removals were done in this release

Fixed Issues:

  • Unable to view reports and run them manually : In the past few days we got multiple customers reporting that there was an issue in all their workbooks where they are not able to view the reports that were previously visible and its prompting them to start from scratch. On further checking we found that there is some issue with Office document properties that is causing this. We have raised an issue with Microsoft and are in talks with them to identify the root cause. In the meantime, to unblock users we have found a workaround to fix this issue and it is live now. Users should now be able to see all their reports and also run them manually.


Version 1.2.6.0

Date: Mar 2022

About this Release:

The CloudExtend Excel Analytics for NetSuite v1.2.6.0 (XLANS v1.2.6.0) is the latest version of XLANS and is the successor to its v1.2.5.0. This release comes with a few enhancements that will take away certain issues that the XLANS users had to experience.

What’s New in this Release:

This release does not include any new features.

What Has Changed in this Release:

Support for new record types

Users will be able to work with saved searches belonging to the following new record types that were supported in this release.

  • Accounting Book

  • Billing of Materials

  • Billing of Materials Revision

  • Issue

  • Revenue Recognition Plans and Schedules

  • Revenue Recognition Schedule

Deprecations and Removals:

No deprecations or removals were done in this release

Version 1.2.5.0

Date: Jan 2022

About this Release:

The CloudExtend Excel Analytics for NetSuite v1.2.5.0 (XLANS v1.2.5.0) is the latest version of XLANS and is the successor to its v1.2.0.0. This release comes with a few enhancements that will take away certain issues that the XLANS users had to experience.

What’s New in this Release

What Has Changed in this Release

Fixed Issues

Downloads and Documentation

What’s New in this Release:

Support for Inventory Balance and Inventory Number Bin saved searches: With this release, XLANS users can now use nine more saved searches that were not supported previously. These includes:

  • DeletedRecord

  • PaymentEvent

  • GatewayNotification

  • Role

  • SavedSearch

  • ShoppingCart

  • SystemNote

  • InventoryBalance

  • InventoryNumberBin

What Has Changed in this Release:

No feature enhancements, deprecations, or r:emovals in this release.

Fixed Issues:

  • Resolving the issue with saved searches with Other Prices:

    Previously, scheduled saved searches that had the "other prices" field specified did not get executed. Instead, an error was thrown when running the search. This fix enables XLANS users to use saved searches where results would include the other Prices.

    ⚠️ Note: Column Names for the Other Price columns will be marked as price2, price3, and so on. This is due to a limitation from NetSuite and is reported to NetSuite.

  • Fix an issue with searches that return more than 5MB:

    Previously, we had an issue when saved searches returned data that exceeded 5 MB. The schedule will exit with an error due to the 5MB limit. With this release users would no longer be facing this issue and would be able to work with saved searches that are larger than 5MB.


    💡 Pro Tip - If you have searches that return large sets of data and it takes a long time to run you should consider scheduling your search to run in the background or modifying the criteria to limit the data retrieved. You could leverage Excel Power Query to combine search results as well.

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