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xander2121
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I am not able to see the databases when connected to Snowflake Organizational account

I received Snowflake Organizational credentials recently and I want to coneect it to Power BI to make reports. I am using built-in Snowflake connector in Power BI. The url I received for the oraganizational account is something like this "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.snowflakecomputing.com". There is no "us-east-1" in it which usually everyone has and I previously used to have. Now when I try to connect my Power BI desktop with this Snowflake organizational account I am not seeing any databases. I have 3 databases in it. Can anyone help me with this situation?

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bvilten
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I'm not sure that this is a PBI problem. When you say you don't see any databases does that imply that you have made a successful connection? If so verify your connection path, and privileges. 

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bvilten
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I'm not sure that this is a PBI problem. When you say you don't see any databases does that imply that you have made a successful connection? If so verify your connection path, and privileges. 

Yep. That was the problem. Now I am able to see them. Thank you!

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