I have used SEPAL since the end of January and I never had any problems creating Optical Mosaics, and then all of a sudden I started having problems downloading images. I always get the same following error message:

"ServerException: The specified location constraint is not valid"

I tried selecting different Areas of Interests, different dates, and different satellite sources (landsat 4-5, landsat 7, landsat 8 and sentinel-2). I even tried using another computer, creating a new SEPAL account, and I always get the same error message. Files get created but they don't have anything inside. This problem started in mid March, and ever since I try every so often to try downloading images and always the same error occurs. I still have resources, but each time I try retrieving a mosaic the instance spending increases. I am not connected to a Google account as I have been waiting since January a response from GEE. The images normally just downloaded into my SEPAL workspace from where I could download the images to my computer. I am not sure what the problem is and how to fix it.

asked 21 Apr, 15:24

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We released a fix for this issue a couple of days ago. It was triggered for users that didn't use their own Google account. While you (now) can do some exports without your own account, it is typically a good idea. Click your user name, then the Google account button.

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answered 09 May, 16:08

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Thank you very much for your answer! Last week I was finally able to download mosaics even if I wasn't connected to a Google account. I asked again to get access to GEE, and this week I got access to it. So I can now connect my G account to my SEPAL account.

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