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Example of automating an eCommerce NetSuite order workflow using Stripe and http://SuiteSync.io/
# Michael Bianco <mike@suitesync.io>
# Description: Example of automating an eCommerce NetSuite order workflow using Stripe
# Learn more here: https://dashboard.suitesync.io/docs/ecommerce#implementation-guide
# Usage:
#
# export STRIPE_KEY=sk_test NETSUITE_EMAIL=user@company.com NETSUITE_PASSWORD=password NETSUITE_ACCOUNT=
# gem install stripe netsuite
# ruby netsuite_order_workflow_example.rb
require 'stripe'
require 'netsuite'
# 1. Stripe & NetSuite Authentication
Stripe.api_key = ENV['STRIPE_KEY']
NetSuite.configure do
reset!
# NOTE that API versions > 2015_1 require a more complicated authentication setup
api_version '2015_1'
read_timeout 60 * 3
silent ENV['NETSUITE_SILENT'].nil? || ENV['NETSUITE_SILENT'] == 'true'
email ENV['NETSUITE_EMAIL']
password ENV['NETSUITE_PASSWORD']
account ENV['NETSUITE_ACCOUNT']
soap_header({
'platformMsgs:preferences' => {
'platformMsgs:ignoreReadOnlyFields' => true,
}
})
end
# 2. Create Stripe Charge
# This is done on your custom web application, or through a third-party application
# like Shopify, Recurly, Chargify, WooCommerce, etc.
stripe_charge = Stripe::Charge.create(
currency: 'usd',
amount: 100_00,
card: 'tok_visa',
# NOTE if an uncaptured charge is passed to the SalesOrder it will be captured
# when the SalesOrder is billed. https://dashboard.suitesync.io/docs/auth-fulfill-capture
# here's a more advanced example using auth-capture https://gist.github.com/iloveitaly/b9334ff30fa68f9b81c4fd59fc0a5d95
# capture: false
)
# 3. Create NetSuite Sales Order
# NOTE these are IDs that will change dynamically based on the order content
ns_customer_id = 383315
ns_item_id = 9
ns_order = NetSuite::Records::SalesOrder.new(
entity: { internal_id: ns_customer_id },
item_list: { item: [
{
item: { internal_id: ns_item_id },
quantity: 1.0,
rate: 100.00
}
] }
)
# NOTE This is all that needs to be done to integrate with SuiteSync
ns_order.custom_field_list.custbody_suitesync_authorization_code = stripe_charge.id
NetSuite::Utilities.backoff { ns_order.add }
# 4. Bill the order! This creates the invoice.
ns_invoice = NetSuite::Utilities.backoff { NetSuite::Records::Invoice.initialize(ns_order) }
# NOTE `ship_method = nil` works around a NetSuite bug
ns_invoice.ship_method = nil
NetSuite::Utilities.backoff { ns_invoice.add }
# 5. Ship the order!
ns_fulfillment = NetSuite::Utilities.backoff { NetSuite::Records::ItemFulfillment.initialize(ns_order) }
NetSuite::Utilities.backoff { ns_fulfillment.add }
NetSuite::Utilities.backoff do
ns_order.refresh
ns_invoice.refresh
ns_fulfillment.refresh
end
# NOTE these IDs are searchable in NetSuite
puts "Order Transaction ID: #{ns_order.tran_id}"
puts "Invoice Transaction ID: #{ns_invoice.tran_id}"
puts "Fulfillment Transaction ID: #{ns_fulfillment.tran_id}"
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