I've never worked with NetSuite myself but the guys at FileMaker Success Tips podcast have mentioned it in a few of the recent episodes.
I will give them a listen!
I've been involved with FileMaker/NetSuite development and integration projects for the past 3 years, so I could try answering your questions, if you still have any.
I'm trying to connect FIleMaker Pro and Go to NetSuite. I also have another requirement for a connection to Salesforce but NetSuite is my initial priority?
Do you use ODBC, JDBC or an Cloud Integration Service?
Let me know if you can help.
ODBC is paid add-on and thus is not guaranteed to be always available on every account.
If you are developing a solution for a vertical market, you could consider using SuiteTalk (Web Services), although it is single threaded and somewhat slow.
I've written Suitelets before but not sure how they would allow FIleMaker to talk with NetSuite?
Can you explain?
for actions that can be triggered from FileMaker, you can use either Import from URL or Import Records step. The request often includes JSON-formatted data, and the response is returned in XML format.
For actions triggered by NetSuite (such as user events, schedules, etc) I use a custom helper library that communicates with FileMaker Server via CWP.