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I have a question about converting an implicit user to an explicit user.
When I look at the Users database, it seems the only difference between an implicit user and a facebook logged-in user is the field "_socialIdentity".
Can I manually add the missing variables inside the "_socialIdentity" (the missing variables are "access_token", "id", and "name") to convert the implicit user to an explicit user with facebook log-in?
Using REST API documentation, I was able to test following things:
Thank you for the reply
But there's something that I don't understand about your explanation.
you mean you did the following steps?
1. created an implicit user
2. added _socialIdentity, and then edited username/first_name/_last_name attributes with a PUT request, but not the access_token, id, and name attributes?
3. facebook login for this user should be ready
In step 2, why did you edited username/first_name/last_name attributes, but not the access_token/id/name attributes? I thought the access_token was the most important piece of information that was needed to be passed to the mKinveyClient.user().loginFacebook method.
In the second step, I added _socialIdentity with the three attributes (access_token/id/name). As you said, without access_token, _socialIdentity won't work.
I also edited username as I thought it would make sense to edit the implicit username string that is auto-generated. I added first_name and last_name attributes as it would be good to persist that data in user collection. These are additional attributes that you can ignore.
great!, thank you for the clarifications