Do the users that are imported belong to a specific app, or is it a mix of the two apps? For simplification, would it be possible to use one database connection for both apps or at least import the users into each respective app’s DB?
I have two applications and three databases.
Users imported into Database 1 are from Application 1, Users imported into Database 2 are from Application 2. I want users from any of these apps to be able to login to any of the two applications. They will share the universal login screen, customizing it for each of them (which I already did using your suggestion of Classic and client ID).
For now we want to keep the two applications and databases separated.
I have no way of knowing if a user comes from one application or the other based on the email domain, nor I need to know since I want them to be able to login nonetheless, and there may be users that are present in both applications/databases.
However, currently the universal login is not working for any users from these databases. It’s only working for users that were created manually into a third Database 3 which was just created for that, manually created users (from the Auth0 Dashboard). This is really weird since all three databases have access to the two applications configured from the Applications tab, and both applications have the three databases configured in the Connections tab.
Why could it be that the universal login is only working for users that are in Database 3? I’m really puzzled by this.