Go to OBDC data source configurations and change the Metadata Retrieval Method to "Proxy API" from "Auto".
I'm having this exact same issue. While the workaround that AWS-User-0620047 mentioned is sufficient for their use case, I need the DB's/tables of the 'rds_catalog' (in this example) to be displayed in the Power BI console. That way, users can see all of the different DB's/tables instead of needing to know exactly what they're querying for. So I'll echo the initial post... Is the driver designed to show only the 'AwsDataCatalog'? Or would this be an issue with power BI only being capable of displaying the AwsDataCatalog?
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