I am not sure you understand the issue, so let me explain again:
I have a zpub key. From this key, you derive bitcoin addresses, in my case lets say
All these addresses come from the same zpub. They are part of the same wallet.
I received 0.18 BTC to
bc1jdjibduihvbdudubuduyvdudb1 and this was added successfully as incoming transaction, as well as added to the total balance of the wallet in accointing.
Then I received 0.82 BT to
bc1djiudbiudbdyuvdbdiibde2, and this transaction is missing in the Full dataset. It was not imported there, HOWEVER, the total for the wallet was incremented correctly and I see total of 1 BTC.
So the issue is that the 2nd transaction which went to the 2nd address of the very same zpub is counted correctly into the total sum of the wallet, but it does not generate the row in your system for the transaction, hence I cannot categorize the transaction, and I cannot mark it as internal transfer. Therefore, I have “missing funds” because the Trezor wallet shows 1 BTC balance (correct) but only 0.18 BTC incoming and the 0.82 BTC is not logged.
You can check at https://www.blockonomics.co which allows you to see all bc1… generated addresses for each ZPUB, that my ZPUB at the moment derived 2 bc1 addresses which were used, their amounts add up to the total which accointing has (this is OK), but still, the 2nd address derived from this zpub and its associated transaction were not created in the full data set automatically, which is a bug.
Do you understand now what the issue is? Thanks