As of 2016.2, you can access SOAP web services log information through searches in the NetSuite UI. You can set up results columns and filter data to return only the details you need. These searches support analysis of SOAP web services failures.
You can create SOAP web services log searches by going to Reports > New Search and selecting one of the following new search types:
SOAP Web Services Operations — Use this type to search for and analyze information about failing SOAP web services requests and operations.
SOAP Web Services Record Processing — Use this search type to search for and analyze information about failing SOAP web services records.
Each new search type includes join fields to the other search type, so the two search types can be joined for a more comprehensive SOAP web services log information search.
Note the following:
SOAP web services execution log items are retained for one month, so searches do not return data older than one month.
Results for these searches are limited to log items created as of 2016.2; log items created prior to this release are not included.
Permissions for Accessing SOAP Web Services Searches
Three permissions have been added to NetSuite 2016.2 to for the SOAP web services search types in the UI.
The Reports type Integration permission provides access to the Integration field in the SOAP Web Services Operations search.
The Setup type Integration Application permission provides access to the Request and Response fields in the SOAP Web Services Operations search.
The Setup type Set Up SOAP Web Services permission provides access to the SOAP Web Services Record Processing search.
- SuiteTalk SOAP Web Services Platform Overview
- SOAP Web Services Development Considerations
- Enabling Web Services Concurrent Users with SuiteCloud Plus
- Operations and Their Internal ID Requirements
- Using SOAP web services to Send Data from a CSV File
- SOAP Web Services Operations Search Type
- SOAP Web Services Record Processing Search Type