Using RESTlet with NetSuite Connector Guide

October 13 2016


You can find our NetSuite Connector and other NetSuite related connectors on our MuleSoft Exchange page.

NetSuite offers many different ways to communicate with NetSuite: SuiteTalk, SuiteScript, and others. While SuiteTalk is a standard SOAP API, NetSuite users can develop their own custom integration with SuiteScript (similar to JavaScript) and expose it as a RESTFul API through RESTlet. Once it is exposed through RESTlet, users can call this API directly with the HTTP Request in Studio or through their preferred browsers,

NetSuite OpenAir Connector released!

I am thrilled to announce the NetSuite OpenAir Connector v1.0.0 today. In this blog post, I will cover how to use the connector to get filtered project information from NetSuite OpenAir.

How MuleSoft uses the NetSuite OpenAir Connector

NetSuite OpenAir has over 1,500 customers and is a widely used professional services automation software (PSA). Internally,

Mule How-to: Build a Batch Enabled Cloud Connector


When we announced the December 2013 release, an exciting new feature also saw daylight: The Batch Module. If you haven’t read the post describing the feature’s highlights, you should, but today I’d like to focus on how the <batch:commit>block interacts with Anypoint™ Connectors and more specifically, how you can leverage your own connectors to take advantage of the feature.

<batch:commit> overview

In a nutshell,

SaaS Identity Provisioning use case


On one of the previous blog posts by Ross, “To ESB or Not to ESB“, he did a great job in outlining the two basic integration architectures: “Enterprise Service Bus” and “Hub and Spoke”. Included in the Blog is a good overview of the benefits and considerations that are relevant for each architectural choice.

A key implementation consideration for SOA enabled architecture such as An ESB is the capability to maintain pace with the integration needs of the organization.