SDF Custom Object Dependencies in SuiteApps


You can reference only the objects in a SuiteCloud Development Framework (SDF) SuiteApp. You cannot reference the entire SuiteApp, its files, or its scripts.

For the SuiteApp project type of SuiteCloud project, you can define your SuiteApp to contain dependencies on objects in another SuiteApp even though those objects are external to your SuiteCloud project. Those object dependencies must be objects that are supported by SuiteCloud Development Framework (SDF).

Dependencies are established by creating object dependencies in the project manifest. These dependencies require fully qualified script IDs and application ID. When you add these dependencies to the project manifest, you can refer to your external objects without adding them to your project. For valid references, those objects must already be installed in the target account.

See the following help topics related to SDF custom objects:

To define an external SDF custom object in a SuiteApp dependency:


If you want to use SDF to make changes to an SDF custom object, you must import the object into your project instead. For more information, see Importing Account Components to your SuiteCloud Project with SuiteCloud IDE Plug-in for WebStorm. For information about referencing objects using SDF CLI, see listmissingdependencies and adddependencies.

Related Topics

Developing SuiteCloud Projects for SuiteCloud Development Framework
Account Component Imports to SuiteCloud Projects
Account Component Dependencies in SuiteCloud Projects
Feature Dependencies for SDF Custom Objects in SuiteCloud Projects
Account Configuration from an Account Customization Project
SDF Custom Object and File Development in SuiteCloud Projects
SuiteCloud Project Validation
SuiteCloud Project Deployment Preparation
Deployment Logs for SuiteCloud Projects
Viewing and Uninstalling SDF SuiteApps in a NetSuite Account
Publishing an SDF SuiteApp

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