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I can see and run the schemas from data explorer, but don't see them in sql editor, is there something I can do to fix this?

Mike_sb
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Mike_sb
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No, It was resolved after clearing cache

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Lakshay
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Hi @Mike M​ , The schemas should show up in the SQL editor. Do you see any error message on the sql editor? Could you please share a screenshot for the same?

Mike_sb
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I can see historically added schema's but that list has changed on data explorer, but that doesn't reflect in SQL Editor

Mike_sb
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pvignesh92
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@Mike M​ Hi. Are you still seeing the issue?

Mike_sb
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No, It was resolved after clearing cache

Amit_352107
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Hi @Mike M​ 

Kindly clear cache, and your issue will be resolved

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