Yearly Overview: how to get the missing days of partial year

For 2017, my SystemID=6147 is missing 1 day. I wonder how I can get this date so I can complete it manually?
With curl, I tried the getmissing API, but nothing is returned (syntax is OK as it works for 2011)
As a feature request I propose to create a link on “Partial Year” to see the missing dates

Try the request again for 2017.

Click “Add Output”
Scroll to bottom and click “CSV Loader”
Be sure to configure delimiters, date, and energy formatting.
Paste your data, and submit.
Then check on the confirmation screen for entries you don’t want.
The dates will be shown as ddmmyy.
Click “Load.”

Still doesn’t work… The command line I use is:
curl -v -H “X-Rate-Limit:1” -H “X-Pvoutput-Apikey:my_secret_api_key” -H “X-Pvoutput-SystemId:6147”
The yearly overview shows me “Partial Year (364 days)”

The following request -

curl -H "X-Pvoutput-Apikey:xxx" -H "X-Pvoutput-SystemId:6147" ""

Returns -


Cool, now it’s OK, even with my original request. Thanks.
And I remember there was snow on the roof that day :wink:

When I run the command:

curl -H “X-Pvoutput-Apikey:xxx” -H “X-Pvoutput-SystemId:39760” “

No days are returned, even though statistics says: System Age 2973 days, Days Recorded 2928 days

Please try again. The date range is restricted to 2 years - the above request would be ‘truncated’ to 2021-08-24 - 2023-08-24.

Multiple requests would be required for longer periods.

Other changes -

  • Omitting both dates will find missing dates 2 years before today instead of returning an error.
  • Omitting the ‘Date From’ will find missing dates 2 years before the ‘Date To’
  • Omitting the ‘Date To’ will find missing dates 2 years after the ‘Date From’