I asked this question on SO which is related to this.

In this question, I propose exchanging a token from my OIDC provider for a token in my own custom OIDC provider, which becomes the ultimate token directly referencing the database user.

What's the best way to tackle this problem in general - I can't be the first person who's run into this, right?

  • Connections with other providers or other user stores are often available out-the-box (Your SO post specifically mentions Auth0 whose docs describe this: auth0.com/docs/identityproviders) May 27, 2021 at 8:47
  • @BenCottrell That's not exactly what I'm looking for. The document you shared talks about Identity-Provider -> Auth0 connection. I'm trying to create a Auth0 -> Application connection, such that there's a Identity-Provider -> Auth0 -> Application Flow, where the ultimate user is stored in the Application - not Auth0. May 27, 2021 at 17:07


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