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This bug will prevent satellite granules from being located due to fundamental restructuring of the API's invocation syntax.
Fortunately, a fix has been found, implemented, tested, and will be released publicly in an upcoming OCSSW/SeaDAS version. Until then, we appreciate your patience and acknowledge that this script will not perform as intended.
I think I should be able to re-write the code but if you have done so already then it would save me a lot of time to get your new version
The code has been fixed and committed to our internal code repository. However, it has not been made available to the public in an official release yet.
You are welcome to adjust to code yourself to correct the bug. Simply do a find-and-replace on the script changing 'entry_title' to 'short_name' in all of the calls to the Earthdata CMR API.
Thank you so much for this!
I had figured that the CMR had changed as it wasn't outputting any L2 granules when I was debugging fd_matchup. I was close to finding the change that was causing the problem, but now I don't have to spend an afternoon searching through the CMR API man pages.
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