Thank you for your post!
There are a few different reasons why your SQL calls may not showing up. A few common things to check for..
-Are you using sampling mode of profiling?
-Are you are profiling an application compiled into an NGen profile image?
-Does it make any difference if you run the profiler explicitly as administrator?
Should none of those apply, the problem could be one of the following:
-Your application calls a database using unsupported ADO.NET drivers.
-Your SQL calls are made asynchronously.
-Your calls use a non-standard SQL API.
You can find more about these issues here: http://documentation.red-gate.com/displ ... +profiling
Also, it's not yet reflected in that documentation, but we've actually just released version 8.3 of the profiler which adds support for MySQL and PostgreSQL profiling. It may be worth updating (Help>check for updates) if that might be the issue in your case!
Regarding the missing source, there is likely an issue with that assembly's pdb files. Kindly take a look at this article for troubleshooting tips: http://documentation.red-gate.com/displ ... B+problems
Hope this information helps!