Question: I can’t report on users based on their Active Status! Is there a workaround?
Today, autonomous things or AuTs are everywhere, but what is an AuT? It could be robot, a vehicle, a drone, an appliance, an application, etc. that can be configured to perform tasks with little to no human intervention. Interestingly, they have actually been an integral and very useful part of society for quite some time! Consider automotive factory robots, military drones, automated teller machines, cruise control in cars, autopilot in planes, and more. Today, we see newer innovations like a Roomba vacuum, a collision avoidance system in a car, a Fitbit watch, a Nest thermostat, an Alexa assistant (VPA), the Uber app, and the list goes on!
Are you using Transfer Orders and Intercompany Transfer Orders in NetSuite? Are you in need of defaulting one form for certain users and the other for other users? This is an issue many of us face using NetSuite. But fear not! Even though you have to choose one or the other, you can use your Roles to accommodate the need for defaulting forms based on User Roles.
Here we are at the end of the year already. This year has flown by. Too much to read and listen to and write, as well as doing the day-to-day things that work and life demand. Have you ever wished there were two of you? I do, sometimes, but then I think about another me getting into as much trouble as the original me, and I kind of think that would be a bad thing to wish upon the world.
The last week in November saw the return of the AWS re:Invent conference event in Las Vegas, Nevada and team members from GSI’s Cloud practice again participated in the conference. For those that aren’t familiar with AWS, AWS stands for Amazon Web Services, and the AWS re:Invent conference is a yearly gathering that brings together more than 50,000 attendees from the AWS community. Attendees include end customers, AWS partners and independent software vendors (ISVs) over 5 different venues.
Question: What can you hold in your right hand, but not in your left?