Could you please provide any example which explains the bolded paragraph below. So , you mean to say if there are 10 rules and we if create a application specific rule, only the application specific rule will get called which will prevent rest of 9 rule executions. ?
I mean to ask like in the internal execution of auth0 will this behave like switch logic or if else based logic. ?
You can create an application specific rule by adding a condition that effectively forces the logic within to only execute for a specific client application. In particular, the rules context will have the client identifier for which the rules are being executed so you can do the condition based on that value and the identifier of the application you want to target.