CloudExtend Calendar for NetSuite – November 2012 (Version 1.0.0 (Beta))
Support for Dummy Owner in NetSuite – It may happen that the owner of an event in Google is not available in NetSuite (in case you received event invite in Google from a non-NetSuite employee). The product has been enhanced to provide the functionality of syncing such events from Google with the Owner as a dummy employee in NetSuite.
Choosing not to Sync Events in NetSuite – Now, by checking a field on the event record you can choose not to sync an event in NetSuite with Google.
More Secure Google Authentication – The product has been enhanced to use to a secure key when connecting to Google, increasing the security.
One-time Batch Sync of Events in NetSuite – The option of syncing all future events in NetSuite has been provided when the user registers their Google account.
Support for Recurrence Exceptions – Very often it happens that an instance of a recurring meeting needs to be canceled or moved. Now, the recurrence exceptions created in either calendar are synced.
Due to a limitation of the SuiteScripts API, this feature is broken in the CloudExtend Google Calendar. Celigo has a workaround in place for this feature until the feature is officially supported by the SuiteScript API.
Google to NetSuite event sync runs every 30 minutes now instead of 15, because CloudExtend Google Calendar is using NetSuite scheduled scripts for the batch import.
Individual users are registered solely via the licensing manager—you no longer need to enter your Google credentials into a suitelet to get access to the Calendar Sync. The Licensing Manager check just makes sure that you have enough seats to add this employee, and then adds him/her as a licensed user
The “dummy employee” who owns events created in another Google apps domain no longer needs web services access for use with the sync.
Calendar event attendee responses are not sync’d with Google because of a limitation in their API. It will be fixed eventually—their API guide says the fix is “Coming Soon.”