************* FIXED *************
** had to add the domain to Associated Domains list on the acount and verify that. Still don’t get why this didn’t crash earlier/worked earlier.
Hi there. We’re using the Zoom API to create zoom meetings so that we can access them via zoom web sdk. When a user on our platform wants to create a meeting, the request he makes will generate an SSO account for him (using SCIM2 API (POST)[ /scim2/Users]) if one does not exist already. This functionality was developed months ago and it was all working fine. Recently, the step of creating a new user fails.
The response throws:
| schemas: [ ‘urn:ietf:params:scim:api:messages:2.0:Error’ ],
| detail: ‘The email domain does not match the associated domain of the account, please contact Zoom Customer Support to set up if necessary.’,
| status: 400
Looking at the error, this is incorrect since the email domain DOES match with the associated domain of the account, which is “@techcity.ventures” in this case. When creating an account - we format the email: “uniqueId@techcity.ventures”. Why would this not work now when it was all working until now ?
Waiting for a reply on this ASAP. Thanks!