Tracing down purchased item not present in iTunes Library

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    Tracing down purchased item not present in iTunes Library

    When I start iTunes with my iPad pro connected, I have the window telling me that iTunes found purchased items that are not found on my iTunes library. Telling it to transfer doesn't change anything.

    In the past, I have checked store/purchases/Not in My Library to find what it is looking at. But this time, there is nothing there.

    I don't see a way on my iPad to determine which apps have been installed in the last month or so.

    I only have this problem with my iPad, not with my iPhone.

    In iTunes, I uninstalled recent apps. I stopped synchronizing music. I stopped synchronizing movies. I wasn't synchronizing TV shows. I stopped synchronizing Podcasts. I don't use iTunes U.

    I went to my iPad and made sure all apps were downloaded.

    How do I find out what iTunes is complaining about?

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