Thanks for responding. I believe that your answer is more suited to non-database objects like files, etc. My dilemma is related to users that connect views and dashboards to databases without first creating a separate data source object.
I have a database account where the credentials (password) are about to change. I can update a single data source, and take address all the views that use that source. However, when users decide to embed the connection, as an admin I don't know which views or dashboards may be using that particular account, and need to be updated.
So, for a given view, is there a way to report via postgres or other means, which data connections and accounts may be in use? At this time our only option appears to be to update the credentials, and see which production views begin to fail.
I hope this clarifies what I am looking for.
I skimmed the article and think this may be what I am after. I will dig in and see what I am able to retrieve and put to use.
Have a great day,