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Set current record
Currently I have a block of code that is called from a workflow. All the record read/write are done via nlapiFunction(). I've been given the requirement to initiate the same functionality from a RESTlet. I would love to load the record via NetSuite ID provided by RESTlet call, set it as the current record, then call the existing functions.
I can't find a way to do that, and I'd imagine there are security concerns to opening it up that way.
I COULD change the existing code to load the record and change the read/write to record.Function(). I'd just rather change it as little as possible.