[SOLVED] Learn How To Decode NetSuite Saved Search Metadata And Understand Why It Matters
Ever tried downloading a #NetSuite saved search via the UI or SDF? You may have noticed that the resulting XML content is encoded. It can be quite frustrating when you want to inspect the configuration of a search or quickly see what has changed, but all you see is a bunch of gibberish.
In my latest #netsuiteinsights article, I walk you through an easy way to decode saved search metadata (with zero coding) using Salto! Having access to the metadata makes it possible and/or easier to address several saved search-related challenges such as tracking down the search that is triggering specific emails, finding searches that use a specific field, and identifying searches that are sending emails upon record creation or modification. Plain text metadata also makes it much easier to catalog everything that has changed in a saved search without digging through several lines of analytics audit trail logs.
Chidi | NetSuite Insights