I am using a custom database connection in my auth0 tenant.
When a user decides to delete their account, I notice that I should not be attempting to delete the record(s) directly via the database but rather should call auth0 to do it on my behalf.
That’s totally fine, but here’s my conundrum:
The user data is stored across multiple collections (tables for the SQL heads) – so, in this case, would it be best practice to append to the auth0 deletion script such that that script will handle the rest of the necessary deletions across all collections or should I call auth0 to delete the user record it directly manages and then delete the other collections via my API?
Thanks for any info.