I’d like some clarification on the intended function of “user_id” in the participant joined webhook payload.
From the list registrants endpoint, the “registrant_id” seems to be a string, whereas “user_id” is an int. So, are these two fields not the same? Looking in the Zoom Forum History, @tommy I think you were saying here (Mapping join and leave of participants webhook events with users on our application) that these ought to be the same.
So… if user_id doesn’t map to that… does it really map to anything?
Which App Type (OAuth / Chatbot / JWT / Webhook)?
Webhook – Participant Joined
OAuth V2 – List/Add Participants
Thanks for your time in looking at this!
Assuming all of our users are logged out: If user_id and registrant_id are not matching, the only way I can see to match registrants against joiners is by doing a string comparison on the name. Is that correct?