One Environemt, two processes (A and B) using the same NetSuite Connector. Can I apply the envrionment extensions only to connector in process A and use default values in process B? Yes? No?
If I understand your question well, you want to use extensions using the same "Boomi environment" and access 2 different Netsuite instances? For example, accessing Sandbox 1 and Sandbox 2 from the same integration process using 1 connector? That's not possible. Every "connector" has only 1 set of credentials, not multiple.
Btw: actually, it's a best practice to setup separate Boomi environment if you want to access different instances. By using extensions, you avoid "cross links" between systems you don't want. In addition to that, if you use custom fields or different versions on the Netsuite side, SB1 and SB2 might not always be in sync regarding the SOAP web services and thus your Boomi XML profiles. It's therefore better to use 2 environments in this case.
Netsuite SB1 => Boomi test 1
Netsuite SB2 => Boomi test 2
Netsuite production => Boomi production
thank for your answer. But I'm facing a bit different situation. I would like to have:
one Boomi environemnt, lets say "DEV"
2 processes (A and B) with the same NS connector, where:
process A is connecting to DEV1 NetSuite account and
process B connecting to DEV 2 NetSuite account using extensions.
So the simple form of question is: can I apply environment extensions on NetSuite connector in process A only, leaving default values for process B?
Aha I never tested this but I think it should work.
Technically yes--you could simply NOT declare those connection component fields as extensible in "process B" but this is definitely not a good practice (and that's not Boomi just trying to sell more connections). Inconsistently declaring/not declaring extensions will inevitably lead to confusion across your development and support folks (and even if it's just you!) and headaches for managing and troubleshooting issues. It will be very challenging to remember or constantly lookup which processes are extended or not. That practice does not scale.
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