importbundle

Note:

SuiteBundler is still supported, but it will not be updated with any new features.

To take advantage of new features for packaging and distributing customizations, you can use the Copy to Account and SuiteCloud Development (SDF) features instead of SuiteBundler.

Copy to Account is an administrator tool that you can use to copy objects between your accounts. The tool can copy one object at a time, including dependencies and data. For more information, see Copy to Account Overview.

SuiteCloud Development Framework is a development framework that you can use to create SuiteApps from an integrated development environment (IDE) on your local computer. For more information, see SuiteCloud Development Framework Overview.

Imports a customization bundle from your NetSuite account and converts it to an account customization project. For more information, see Conversion of a Bundle to an Account Customization Project for SDF.

Syntax

          importbundle -bundleid BundleID
    [-authid myNetSuiteDevRole]
    [-p FolderOrZipFile] 

        

Options

Option

Required / Optional

Description

-bundleid

Required

Specifies the ID of the bundle to import.

-authid

Optional

If you do not specify it, the default account is used.

References the custom alias you gave to a specific account-role combination.

-p

Required when a default project has not been specified by the project command or when you want to specify a project other than the default. For more information, see project.

References the folder or zip file that contains the SuiteCloud project.

-h or -help

Optional

Prints the help for this command.

Example

The following command imports a bundle and creates an account customization project:

sdfcli importbundle -bundleid 123 -auhtid myDevRole -p c:/SDFproject

When executed, the command produces output that is similar to the following:

          SuiteCloud Development Framework CLI (com.netsuite.ide.core_2021.1.0)
Existing files will be overwritten, do you want to continue? Type YES to continue.
YES
Importing bundle with id 123 to path: "C:\project".
The following bundle component(s) were imported.
Objects\customlist_sample_cust_list_1.xml 

        

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