Create an SSP Application Folder

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SuiteCommerce | SuiteCommerce Advanced | Site Builder


All of the SSP application scripts, libraries, images and other assets are contained in the SSP application folder and subfolders within the SSP application folder. A separate SSP application folder exists for each SSP application in your NetSuite account.

To create an SSP application folder:

  1. If this is your first SSP application, you must create a new application folder:

    1. To create an SSP application folder from the SSP application record, click the + sign next to the Application Folder dropdown.

    2. To create an SSP application folder from the file cabinet, go to Web Site Hosting Files > Live Hosting Files > SSP Applications. Click New SSP Application.


      Create the SSP application folder in the hosting root that stores all the assets for your website. This can be the Live Hosting Files folder, the Staging Hosting Files folder, or a different folder that you create.

  2. In the SSP Application Folder popup, select an HTML Hosting Root.

    The list includes the folders in the Web Site Hosting Files folder in the file cabinet. (You can go to the file cabinet and create a new folder if necessary.)

  3. Select an Application Publisher.

    To create a new application publisher, click the + sign, enter the application publisher, and then click Save.


    An application publisher must be unique across all NetSuite accounts.

  4. Enter an Application Name. The application name becomes the name of the folder where all SSP application assets are stored. By default, this application name is included in the base URL that is visible to web store users. This application name can be different from the name on the SSP Application record, but it is desirable to keep them consistent to avoid confusion.

  5. Click Save.

Notice the path for the SSP application folder. It uses the following format:

<HTML Hosting Root>: /SSP Applications/<Application Publisher>/<Application Name>