In the Advanced Settings screen, configure cutover dates and whether to disable sync operations for specific processes.
When migrating data to Zuora Billing, you can set a cutover date to have the integration process ignore transactions created or modified prior to the cut over date. A cutover date can be specified for the following sync types:
This feature is intended to be used if both Zuora and NetSuite systems have been in use prior to NetSuite Connector setup and each contains data that will need to be manually replicated.
This option allows you to disable a particular sync process: Zuora Invoice Sync, Zuora Payment Sync, Zuora Payment Refund Sync, or Zuora Invoice Item Adjustment Sync. Disable the sync processes if you are using a custom sync in place of the sync processes included as part of the NetSuite Integration. See Disabling Sync Processes for more information.
If you disable a sync without having a custom sync deployed, the NetSuite Integration may not sync properly.
Yesto prevent NetSuite from applying taxation rules. If NetSuite is calculating tax, select
Yes, to use the Standard Invoice sync.
Yes - NetSuite Int’l Edition, tax-related fields will not be mapped during the Zuora Invoice sync. This differs from the
Novalues in that the subsequent transaction syncs (payment, refund) will continue to run.
No, only Invoices will be synced from Zuora to NetSuite. Zuora will not modify the invoice header tax code and Zuora and NetSuite transactions (other than Invoices) will not be synced. If you are calculating tax in Zuora, you must confirm that sales tax is disabled for customers who are being charged sales tax in Zuora. Please contact Zuora before changing this setting to
If Zuora is calculating the tax, you must include the jurisdiction when you upload the tax information to Zuora. If you do not include the jurisdiction, NetSuite Connector will not sync the tax information.