Removing Integration Records

When an integration record is created in a NetSuite account by a user filling out the Integration form, two things happen: A record is added to, or installed, in that NetSuite account. Additionally, within the broader NetSuite database, a definition of that record is created. This definition can never be deleted. However, in some cases, the record can be uninstalled from the account in which it was created or the one to which it was distributed.

Further, you can always hide an integration record from the list view available at Setup > Integration > Manage Integrations.

For details, see the following topics:

Uninstalling an Integration Record from a NetSuite Account

An integration record can be uninstalled from a NetSuite account only in the following scenarios:

If you remove the integration record in either of the following scenarios, you can still auto-install the application later in certain circumstances. For details, see Auto-Installation of Integration Records.

Removing Installed Integration Records from View

Regardless of how an integration record was added to your account, you can hide it from view by blocking it.

To remove an integration record from view:

  1. Navigate to Setup > Integration > Manage Integrations, and open the appropriate record for editing. Set the State field to Blocked. Note that making this change prevents the application from authenticating to NetSuite by using the application ID or consumer key associated with this record. For further details, see Blocking SOAP Web Services Requests. Click Save.

  2. In the list view, make sure the Show Inactives box has been cleared. This configuration ensures that no blocked applications appear in the list view.

Related Topics

Integration Management
Integration Record Overview
Adding an Integration Record
Application Details for Client Code
Blocking SOAP Web Services Requests
SOAP Web Services Execution Log
Distributing Integration Records
Default Web Services Integrations Record
Using Integration Records in Sandbox Accounts
Token-based Authentication Credentials and Accounts
Using Integration Records in Conjunction With SSO Calls
Tracking Changes to Integration Records

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