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Shopify Oracle Integration

Published on: June 4 2023 by pipiads

- Welcome to the NetSuite Connector for Shopify demonstration.

- In this video, we will explain how to connect your Shopify store to NetSuite and manage orders and refunds.

Connecting Shopify to NetSuite:

- Start on the order confirmation page of a Shopify site.

- Head to the Shopify Admin page to view customer and order information.

- Use Shopify's API to import additional data like notes.

- NetSuite Connector interface is the hub between NS and Shopify.

- Import the order data and map it to fields in NS.

- Post the order to NS to create a Sales Order.

Fulfilling the Sales Order:

- Find the Sales Order in NS using the Shopify order number.

- Use the logistics connector to automate shipment processing and create item fulfillments in NS.

- Manually fulfill the sale order by entering a tracking number and uploading the shipment from NS.

- Once the order status is Complete, the tracking number is successfully pushed to Shopify.

Handling Customer Refunds:

- On the Shopify Admin page, click refund and enter the quantity and shipping amount.

- Import the refund and create a Credit Memo in the NetSuite Connector.

- Sync refunds from Shopify to NS or from NS to Shopify.

- The NetSuite Connector for Shopify simplifies the process of managing orders and refunds.

- Contact your account manager if you have any questions.

How to Integrate NetSuite and Shopify

In this article, we will be discussing how Far App's connector works seamlessly with Shopify and Netsuite to bring in relevant order data and send fulfillment info back to the storefront.

Using Far App to Connect Shopify and Netsuite:

- Retrieving Order Data: Far App allows you to pull virtually any field from the order confirmation page as long as it's available on their API documentation. Their connectors are pre-built and pre-mapped to the default fields in Netsuite, but you can always create native and custom mappings.

- Custom Mappings: Far App allows you to create custom mappings for fields like the notes and tags sections. You can select the Netsuite field you want the notes to populate into, then select the correct field you want to bring in from Shopify, such as the comments. For the tags value, you can create a custom field for that value to be placed in and select the tags field from Shopify.

- Manual Sync: You can test the sync by manually pushing the order through to Netsuite and then uploading the shipment from Netsuite to Shopify to confirm that the tracking details are on the order.

- Automation: Once you've tested the sync and everything works properly, you can turn on the sync so that everything is automated from then on. Far App gives you full control over all of your syncs at all times, so it's just a matter of going in and turning on the syncs you want.

Far App makes it easy to connect Shopify and Netsuite and automate the sync of relevant order data and fulfillment info back to the storefront. With their custom mapping feature, you can bring in any field you need from Shopify into Netsuite. Testing the sync manually first is recommended before turning on the automation. Far App's flexibility and control make it a valuable tool for any e-commerce business.

Celigo NetSuite - Shopify Integration App Demo Part 1 (SuiteApp)

Welcome to part one of the demonstration of the standard edition of the LegonetSuite Shopify Integration App. This app automates business processes and synchronizes data between NetSuite and Shopify. The Selego Integration App is a fully managed application that contains pre-built integration flows around key e-commerce use cases.


- The standard edition contains flows for customers, sales orders, fulfillments, inventory levels, billings, and items.

- The most important use case is the automation of the order to fulfillment process between Shopify and NetSuite.

- The integration app automatically detects if the customer already exists in NetSuite and creates a new one if not.

- All relevant product details like SKU quantity, price, line-level taxes, promotions, and more are posted to NetSuite.

- The integration app allows for advanced settings to fine-tune your business processes, such as defining when orders are sent from Shopify to NetSuite and configuring which system will be the master for your sales tax reporting.

- You can also track cart-level and line-level discounts and promotions in NetSuite.

- The dashboard shows the status of all the flows, and any errors can be rerun with a single click.

- Audit logs are available to monitor any changes to your integration, and notifications can be set to alert you of any errors.

- The premium edition of the integration app includes additional pre-built integration flows.

Business Process in Action:

- The shopper places an order, and Seligo automatically posts this order to NetSuite in real-time.

- A sales order is now available in NetSuite with the correct order number, shipping taxes, and customer details.

- The integration app automatically detects that the customer already exists in NetSuite and creates a new one if not.

- The next step in the process is to fulfill the sales order in NetSuite.

- The sales order is assigned the appropriate shipping method and package tracking numbers and is marked shipped.

- The order is updated, and the tracking numbers are now available to the shopper in Shopify.

Customization and Configuration:

- Every flow is configurable with advanced settings and can be fine-tuned to fit your business processes.

- Data mapping between the two systems can be customized.

- The dashboard shows the status of all the flows, and any errors can be rerun with a single click.

- Audit logs are available to monitor any changes to your integration, and notifications can be set to alert you of any errors.

Thank you for watching this demonstration. The next video will cover how product sync works between NetSuite and Shopify. If you have any questions, please contact your account executive.

How to Integrate Shopify with NetSuite

In this conversation, Mike Mana and Robert Chambliss discuss the need to connect NetSuite to other systems and explore off-the-shelf and custom integration options. They specifically examine the features of the Celigo integration tool and the standard NetSuite API functionality.

Key Points:

1. Celigo Integration Tool Features

- Can transform and filter data before processing in NetSuite

- Can map fields from source and destination systems

- Can assign hard-coded data like subsidiaries

- Includes a dashboard to monitor flow status and errors

- Provides details on errors and allows for resolution marking

2. NetSuite API Functionality

- Allows for custom applications to pass information into NetSuite

- Provides pre-made APIs for creating, querying, and editing records

- Includes an environment for securely accessing integration data

3. Choosing Integration Options

- Companies with technical resources may choose the NetSuite API functionality for custom integrations

- Companies without technical resources may benefit from using Celigo or leveraging third-party resources

Whether using Celigo or NetSuite API functionality, integrating NetSuite with other systems can provide valuable benefits. With the ability to filter and map data, monitor flow status and errors, and create custom applications, businesses can streamline their processes and make better use of their data.

How to Record your Shopify Store Sales and Fees in QuickBooks Online, Shopify Bookkeeping

In this video, we learn about how to do Shopify shop bookkeeping within QuickBooks Online. The method used is called the Shopify Bank method, which represents the amount available to be deposited from Shopify. To start, we need to get a good beginning balance within QuickBooks of what we are calling Shopify Bank. We do this by going to the Shopify Payouts section and finding the amount of sales made in the previous month that were not deposited until the current month.

Next, we need to make sure that our PayPal sales are going to the right place. We do this by going to Sales and Products and Services and editing the account to go to Shopify Bank. We also need to categorize our Shopify deposits and fees in QuickBooks. We do this by going to the Banking tab and categorizing all of our deposits and fees to Shopify Bank.

We then collect all the necessary information from Shopify, including monthly numbers for gross sales, discounts, returns, net sales, shipping, sales tax, and total. We also need to add up transaction fees for Shopify, after pay fees, and stripe fees if applicable.

Finally, we run a profit and loss report for the month to ensure that we do not double count any refunds already recorded in QuickBooks. We then do our monthly journal entry, which includes recording all of the information we collected in the appropriate accounts.

Overall, the Shopify Bank method is a useful and efficient way to do Shopify bookkeeping within QuickBooks Online. By following these steps, small business owners can accurately and quickly record their Shopify bookkeeping every month.

Setting up the Oracle NetSuite Adapter Connector and Integration in Oracle Integration Cloud

In this article, we will be discussing the process of creating an integration between NetSuite and Microsoft SharePoint using Integration Cloud. To begin with, we need to enable the required features in our NetSuite account. Here are the steps to follow:

1. Go to the homepage of your NetSuite account and navigate to Setup > Company.

2. Select Enable Features and then go to the SuiteCloud tab.

3. Ensure that the client subscript sweet script and the server suite script are checked under the SuiteTalk section.

4. Make sure that the SOAP web services and the REST web services are checked under the Manage Authentication section.

5. Select Token-based Authentication and click Save to register with Oracle NetSuite.

Next, we need to assemble the Oracle NetSuite WSDL URL and set up the prerequisites for the token-based authentication security policy. Here's what you need to do:

1. Write down your specific NetSuite release from the homepage of your account.

2. Create a role with token-based authentication permissions by going to Setup > User Roles > Manage Roles > New.

3. Create a user account for Oracle Integration by going to List > Employees > New.

4. Create an integration record for Oracle Integration by going to Setup > Integration > Manage Integrations > New.

5. Create an access token for the user account by going to Setup > User Roles > Access Tokens > New.

Make sure to note down your token ID, token secret, consumer key, consumer secret, and account ID as you will need them for the NetSuite adapter connection and Integration Cloud setup.

Finally, we can create our NetSuite connection and Microsoft SharePoint content management instance and integrate them. Here's how:

1. Create a NetSuite adapter connection by selecting NetSuite, giving it a name, and setting the invoke role.

2. Copy and paste the specified version of the WSDL with token-based authentication.

3. Add the token ID, token secret, consumer key, consumer secret, and account ID to the connection setup.

4. Create a Microsoft SharePoint content management instance and connect it to the NetSuite adapter.

5. Create an integration between NetSuite and Microsoft SharePoint using Integration Cloud by mapping over all the objects and clicking Done.

In conclusion, integrating NetSuite with Microsoft SharePoint using Integration Cloud can be a bit tricky, but by following the above steps, you can achieve a seamless integration between the two platforms.

VMM2020: TruffleRuby at Shopify

Hey there, I'm Chris Suten and I work at Shopify, one of the largest Canadian e-commerce companies. At both Shopify and Oracle, I've been working on Truffle Ruby, and today I want to give you an update on what we're working on and how we're trying to use Drop Ruby to optimize our performance.

- Shopify is a major e-commerce company based in Canada with over a million merchants in 175 countries and a revenue of 2 billion in the last 12 months.

- We run around 2.8 million lines of code and average around five million requests per minute, making performance optimization a critical factor in our operations.


- Extreme volume of code, making it hard to navigate and optimize.

- A lot of C extensions in the Ruby ecosystem that are challenging to run and maintain.

- Multiple versions of storefront renderer being launched daily, necessitating quick startup times.

Liquid Rendering:

- Liquid is our templating library, written in Ruby, and is

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