I am reading that Management API access tokens do not count in the quota.
In my usage report for April I see that there’s 6 calls for m2m tokens . I am trying to understand where these came from.
Will these count in the 1,000 quota in the end of the month? Or not, because they were calls for the Management API really.
Please find my setup below:
Apps I have in my tenant
The “hasura” app is used as an audience in my front-end in the “auth0-spa-js” lib. The Hasura docs state:
In case you are using auth0-spa-js, you also need to create an API so that the access token issued by Auth0 is following the JWT standard. Read more about this here.
The EditUser app is used to get tokens from the Management API, which are then used in serverless functions to update the users profile information.
Based on this configuration, why are m2m tokens counted in the quota? (6 for April, as shown in the image above)
I am trying to understand whether I will keep using Auth0, because if these tokens do count in the quote, and my configuration is fine, then it will get very expensive for us if we have to get on the Developer Pro plan in case we go over the limit.
Should I be using the Client Id of the Management API app instead? And not the one from the EditUser app?