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Hello 🙂 Would it be possible to have a bit more information about the different states of a dataset ? Specifically I am not clear on the difference between finalized and published , since both of them looks like they refer to a finalized and read-only dataset

  
  
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Hi @<1644147961996775424:profile|HurtStarfish47> , published is one step after finalized technically, similar to tasks

  
  
Posted 7 months ago

okay ! Right now in my workflow, I have upload, finalize and publish all happening one after the other without extra logic. From my tests it also looks like I can use a finalized but unpublished dataset without any problem. Should I be handling this differently ?

  
  
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