How does the "last harvestable month" work?

Modified on Thu, 02 Nov 2023 at 04:09 PM

In CELUS, you have the ability to specify a point in time beyond which data becomes unharvestable. This typically happens when publishers cease supplying historical data for months starting from a particular date. Once you set the "Last Harvestable Month" in CELUS, the system discontinues its automatic data retrieval efforts for periods preceding this specified month.

How to set the last harvestable month:

1. Go to "SUSHI Management" in the left side menu:

2. Click on "EDIT" next to the platform you want to set the last harvestable month to and click on the calendar icon on the right:

3. In the following dialog, choose the last harvestable month and click on "APPLY" and then on "SAVE".

4. You can now see the last harvestable month in the list of SUSHI credentials:

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