We recently refreshed our NetSuite sandbox from production. Prior to doing so, I created an Eclipse SDF project containing all the development stuff I was working on, so that I could re-import it after the refresh.

After the refresh of the sandbox, I tried to deploy the SDF project and Eclipse threw the errors:

An error occurred during account settings validation. Details: To install this SuiteCloud project, the ADVANCEDEXPENSEMANAGEMENT(Advanced Expense Management) feature must be enabled in the account. Details: To install this SuiteCloud project, the SUBSCRIPTIONBILLING(Subscription Billing) feature must be enabled in the account. Details: To install this SuiteCloud project, the WMSSYSTEM(Warehouse Management) feature must be enabled in the account. Details: To install this SuiteCloud project, the BILLINGACCOUNTS(Billing Accounts) feature must be enabled in the account.

2021-08-18 12:05:29 (PST) Installation FAILED (0 minutes 21 seconds)

Firstly, I can't find those features anywhere in NetSuite to enable them. SuiteAnswers is no help, nor can I find anything else online.

Secondly, there's nothing in my development stuff that has anything to do with expenses, billing or the warehouse. Why would Eclipse need them?

Thirdly, my development stuff was running just fine in the sandbox prior to our refresh - and what was in the sandbox was (again) a copy of our production environment, which didn't have those features enabled.

Am I doing something wrong? Why is it requiring these features? Where are they in NetSuite so I can enable them?

asked 07 Jan, 05:03

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This Q&A is about OpenStreetMap, not whatever you though it was

(07 Jan, 10:05) SK53 ♦

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by SK53 07 Jan, 10:04

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