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NetSuite App TBA Connector

Version 1


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This version of the NetSuite connector uses NetSuite's SuiteScript 2.0 as well as token-based authentication (TBA). Use this version of the connector if you want to effectively gather all of your NetSuite data as securely as possible. 

You connect to NetSuite in the Data Center. This topic discusses the fields and menus that are specific to the NetSuite App TBA connector user interface. General information for adding DataSets, setting update schedules, and editing DataSet information is discussed in Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.


To connect to your NetSuite account and create a DataSet using this connector, you must have the following:

  • An installed "Domo Data Connection 2.0" NetSuite bundle

  • A NetSuite token ID and token secret

  • A NetSuite account ID

  • A NetSuite script bundle and deploy bundle ID

  • A NetSuite report ID

Each of these items is discussed in more detail in the next two sections.

Installing the NetSuite Bundle

Before you can connect to NetSuite data using this connector, you must first install the Domo Data Connection 2.0 bundle from NetSuite.

To install the bundle,

  1. In NetSuite, select Customization > SuiteBundler > Search & Install Bundles. 

  2. In the Keywords section, search for "Domo."

  3. Click the search result for "Domo Data Connection 2.0."

  4. Click Install.

  5. Select Customization > SuiteBundler > Search & Install Bundles > List.


  6. Locate "Domo Data Connection 2.0" in the list.

  7. Make sure the install status is complete, indicated by a green checkmark. 

Connecting to Your NetSuite Data in Domo

This section enumerates the options in the Credentials and Details panes in the NetSuite App TBA Connector page. The components of the other panes in this page, Scheduling and Name & Describe Your DataSet, are universal across most connector types and are discussed in greater length in Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.

Credentials Pane

This pane contains fields for to connecting to your NetSuite account. Each connection option is discussed in detail in continuation. 

Once you have connected to NetSuite, you can use the same account any time you go to create a new NetSuite App TBA DataSet. You can manage connector accounts in the Accounts tab in the Data Center. For more information about this tab, see Managing User Accounts for Connectors.

Choosing Your Environment

In the Environment menu, select Sandbox if your Netsuite account is a sandbox account. You can find this by hovering over your name/account in the top right corner of NetSuite and clicking View all roles. Your environment should be listed under Account Type.

Obtaining Your Token ID and Token Secret

To create a Token and ID and Token Secret,

  1. In NetSuite, choose the role you want to access data in.

  2. Go to your main page by clicking the house icon in the top left corner of the screen.

  3. In the Settings box in the bottom left corner, click Manage Access Tokens.


  4. Click New Access Token and choose "Domo Data Connection 2.0."

  5. Choose a token name.

  6. Click Save.
    Your Token ID and Token Secret should appear under the other information.

  7. Store the newly generated credentials securely (they will not be shown again).

Finding Your Account ID

To find your account ID, select Setup > Integration > Web Services Preferences in NetSuite.


Your account ID will be located under "Primary Information."


Finding Your Script ID and Deploy ID

To find your script ID and deploy ID,

  1. In Netsuite, select Customization > Scripting > Scripts.  


  2. Locate "Domo Data Connection 2.0" either by scrolling through the results or typing "netsuite2dot0.js" in the Script File box at the top.
    The Script ID is found under "ID" in the form customscriptXXXX, where XXXX is the Script ID. In Domo, you may provide either the whole ID or just the XXXX portion. 


  3. Click Deploy Script.


  4. Select Customization > Scripting > Script Deployments.

  5. Locate the "Domo Data Connection 2.0" script. 
    You can narrow your search by typing RESTlet in the Type filter and 2.0 in the API Version filter. 
    The Deploy ID is found under "ID" in the form customdeployX, where X is the deploy ID. This will almost always be "1," but it is good to confirm.


Details Pane

This pane contains a single Report menu in which you enter the ID for the NetSuite saved search you want to pull into Domo. 

The NetSuite App TBA connector only pulls in data from saved searches. 

To find the report ID for a saved search,

  1. In Netsuite, select Reports > Saved Searches > All Saved Searches.


  2. Locate the report you want to pull data from.

  3. Copy the ID found in the ID column corresponding to the saved search you want.
    This will be in the form customsearchXXXX , where XXXX is the report ID.


Other Panes

For information about the remaining sections of the connector interface, including how to configure scheduling, retry, and update options, see Adding a DataSet Using a Data Connector.


Why do I need a script ID?

NetSuite requires a script to access their information (through Saved Searches). Domo's NetSuite App TBA connector interacts with this script to get your data.

What is the difference between this connector and other NetSuite connectors?

NetSuite App TBA uses the new version of the NetSuite API, which supports many new features. While this connector uses some of these new features to more efficiently provide data, it has the same functionality as the other NetSuite connectors.

How do I know my NetSuite data is being accessed securely?

The NetSuiteAppTBA uses token-based authentication, so Domo never sees your actual credentials. Your token can be revoked at any time through the NetSuite UI.

How do I know which NetSuite role the connector is using?

NetSuite roles are attached to the tokens you create. To use a different role in the NetSuite connector, you must create a new token in the role you desire. To do so...   

  1. Hover over your name in the top right corner, then choose the role you wish to use from the dropdown.

  2. Follow the directions to create a token in this role.

NoteAll roles may not have the ability to create access tokens.