What are NetSuite Bundles? How to Install them?

Ron Danenberg03:03

In this tutorial, we’ll explain what NetSuite Bundles are and how to install them to enhance or modify your NetSuite system’s functionality.

What Are NetSuite Bundles?

📦 Definition:

  • NetSuite Bundles are packages of customizations, scripts, and configurations that can be installed into NetSuite accounts.
  • They extend or modify the system’s functionality and can be created by users or distributed by Oracle NetSuite.

🔄 Usage:

  • Users can share configurations between different NetSuite environments.
  • Oracle NetSuite distributes standard packages for common business needs.

🛠️ Accessing Bundles:

  • Bundles are managed through SuiteBundler, a tool in NetSuite for installing and updating bundles.
  • Some bundles are public, while others are private and shared within specific organizations or with selected clients.

Steps to Install a Suite Bundle

  1. Navigate to SuiteBundler:
    • Go to: Customization > SuiteBundler > Search & Install Bundles.
  2. Search for a Bundle:
    • Enter a keyword (e.g., “email”) and click “Search.”
    • Browse the list of available bundles. Some are official NetSuite bundles, and others are from third parties.
  3. Select a Bundle:
    • Click on the desired bundle (e.g., Electronic Invoicing).
    • Review the bundle details, including languages, provider information, description, components, and SuiteApp info (if applicable).
  4. Install the Bundle:
    • Click “Install.”
    • Confirm the installation by clicking “Yes, I want to proceed.”
    • Review the installation details on the redirected page and finalize the installation.
  5. Check Installation Status:
    • The installed bundle will appear in your list of bundles.
    • The status may be pending for a few minutes.

Final Thoughts

Installing NetSuite Bundles is a straightforward process that allows you to enhance your NetSuite system with additional functionality. For more detailed tutorials, including how to install SuiteApps, check out our other videos.

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