Step 1: In NetSuite, Enable NetSuite Web Services
To enable the NetSuite Web Services feature
Log in to NetSuite as an administrator.
Select Setup > Company > Enable Features.
Select the SuiteCloud tab.
Ensure that the SuiteTalk (Web Services) check box is selected.
Step 2: In NetSuite, Perform the Token-Based Authentication Setup Tasks
Assign the DataDock connection user to the token-based authentication role:
For instructions, see Assign users to a token-based authentication role.
Create a NetSuite application to enable DataDock to use token-based authentication with NetSuite.
Recommended: Name the application "DataDock".
Recommended: Set the user name to something like "DataDock admin".
Take note of the Consumer Key, Consumer Secret, Token ID, and Token Secret. They are required to enable the DataDock NetSuite connection to use token-based authentication.
Warning: The Token ID and Token Secret are displayed only once. After you leave the NetSuite page that displays them, they can never be retrieved from NetSuite. Store the values in a very safe place, and treat them as securely as passwords.
Step 3: In NetSuite, Obtain the Account ID
To find the Account ID, log in to NetSuite as an administrator, and select Setup > Integration > Web Services Preferences > Account ID.
Step 4: In DataDock, Enter connection information
You will need to enter the following fields which you should have values for from performing the previous steps: