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Attention: Customers with NetSuite Electronic Bank Payment (EBP) SuiteApp, version 2020.2 QA (ID 315896) must UPDATE (do NOT uninstall) their bundle to the Production version 2022.1 (ID 416781) by December 31, 2022. Note: If users fail to manually update the Electronic Bank Payments SuiteApp within the given time window, this version of the SuiteApp (ID: 315896) will be deprecated and the account will not be updated to Leading version (2022.1) of the Electronic Bank Payments SuiteApp. Please refer to the campaign email sent to impacted customers for more information.
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Suite Analytics v2021.2 overview

SuiteAnalytics is a powerful tool that transforms data into visual information. SuiteAnalytics is a better alternative to Excel and provides real-time ERP data using tables, pivots, and charts that can all be viewed on dashboards. With today’s release of NetSuite version 2021.2, SuiteAnalytics brings more enhancements to make building the right report and scrutinize the data even more powerful.

Combining multiple datasets in a single visualization via SuiteScript

Most SuiteAnalytics users have already created visualizations from the data in their datasets and workbooks. Even though the NetSuite data model allows a lot of flexibility and provides automatic joins between records, you might need to connect two datasets in a single visualization, such as a chart. To combine multiple datasets, a common denominator is required, such as IDs or dates that are contained in both datasets. Common uses for combing datasets are “budget vs. actual,” “planned vs. actual,” and “reported vs. completed” reports.

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