Archive for month: May, 2013

Edges, Corners, and Malformed Pickles


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28 May
May 28, 2013

Pickle

A recent blog post here mentioned the difficulty that edge cases present. While we sometimes use ‘edge case’ to mean ‘rare condition’; if you want to be technical (and I do) specifically it refers to a case that occurs at an extreme of an operating parameter (a stereo speaker that fails at maximum volume).

In Jason’s example, the ‘edge’ is on the minimum side; if there’s no record in one system, the process stopped even though the other system could possibly have records in it. By analogy a ‘corner case’ is when more than one parameter is near it’s ‘edge’; two edges meet, and make a corner. (Say, when that same speaker only fails at maximum volume AND when in an environment of high humidity.) Read more →

Extending NetSuite with the SuiteScript API


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09 May
May 9, 2013

SuiteScript is a JavaScript-based API that gives developers the ability to extend NetSuite beyond the capabilities provided through SuiteBuilder point-and-click customization.

The majority of NetSuite forms, records, customization objects and their event/trigger points are programmatically accessible through SuiteScript. What you decide to do with SuiteScript depends on which part of NetSuite you are trying to extend, search, or process.

What can I do with the SuiteScript API?

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A Crack in the Armor


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02 May
May 2, 2013

It’s been almost two months now since we went live with our first Magento Commerce site.

Over all, I think it has been a real success story. There have been a few bugs, and some customer inquiries, but not as many as I expect with the first implementation of a new technology.
We have been more flexible in addressing problems and implementing solutions since the rollout, and that looks to continue.

However, I seem to have found the first major flaw with the Magento framework.

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