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I'm developing a script for automated HCK/HLK submissions. Instead of using the C# samples, I went for Python+httplib for sending the appropriate API requests. The script itself works fine: it creates a new product and submission, uploads the package, waits for the signing to complete, and downloads the resulting ZIP.
However, the web Dashboard seems to have some issues displaying such submissions. When I open the main Drivers page (/hardware/Search), some of these submissions are not present in the list. Some of them appear later, in a few hours; others have not appeared yet, even though 4 days passed already. It's not some local cache, because my co-worker checked from a completely different location, and saw the same. It's not "the latest submissions take time to appear, just wait", because some of the newer submissions are already displayed in the list, while some of the older ones are still missing. The submissions themselves are perfectly normal, I can open them using the direct link received from the API, and all the information is there. Just in case, I fetched the product and submission API data for two submissions: one visible, and one missing. No difference between them (apart from the IDs, of course).
These submissions are displayed on the "Driver List Page (all)" page (/hardware?newSearch=false), but it's not as useful as the main search page. And of course, these submissions are present in the list I receive via the API request "GET /products". I tried to specify a few filters on the main search page, but none of them revealed anything that was not present there already.
Is there any information on why this may happen, and how can I prevent it from happening?
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