Uninstalling a Bundle

You can uninstall a customization bundle at any time after installing it.

You cannot uninstall a configuration bundle. For more information, see Configuration Bundles.

Uninstalling a managed bundle ends all upgrades to that bundle in your account.

Warning:

Uninstalling a bundle may result in data loss. When you uninstall a customization bundle, all objects included in that bundle, including any data in these objects, are deleted. Additionally, any custom records you created from the custom record types in the bundle are deleted. To avoid potential data loss, do not uninstall the bundle.

To uninstall a bundle:

  1. Log in to the account in which you installed the bundle.

  2. Go to Customization > SuiteBundler > Search & Install Bundles > List.

  3. Choose Uninstall from the Action dropdown list for the bundle you want to uninstall.

  4. In the confirmation popup, click OK.

NetSuite deletes the bundle, and the bundle's customization objects, from your account. Be aware of the following objects that are exceptions: objects referenced by other bundles installed in the account, and objects that were set to replace an existing object during bundle installation are not deleted.

Warning:

If when you installed this bundle, you set objects in the bundle to Replace Existing Object, then these objects cannot be uninstalled with this procedure. After uninstalling the bundle, the objects that you replaced remain in your account in the same configuration as they were in after installation.

Note about Uninstalling Bundled Custom Records Used for Workflows

The following changes are made to workflows related to a custom record type installed as part of a bundle when that bundle is uninstalled:

It is recommended that after a bundle uninstall, you review your workflows for possible changes.

Related Topics

SuiteApp Installation and Update
Resolving Conflicting Objects
Bundle Searches Overview
Installing a Bundle
Reviewing the Installed Bundles List
Installed Bundle Updates
Using Managed Bundles
Viewing the Bundle Audit Trail
Identifying Bundle Objects in Target Accounts
Filtering Bundle Objects on List Pages

General Notices