I’m new to Firebase and Firestore and I just got involved in a Swift iOS project that uses Firebase as its backend. I normally use a Postgres database so I’m not very comfortable using NoSQL yet. I like SQL databases that have a defined schema so I can be sure that all entries have the same parameters.
But… it looks like Firestore is all NoSQL so I am trying to keep up as best as I can.
I have a user login/signup page that uses Firestore. I decided to test it by signing up, logging out, deleting the user from the Firestore console page in its relevant collection, and signing up again. The Firestore console page looks like this:
But when I delete the user and try to sign up again, I get an
I have no idea why the app is detecting that email address as still being in the database. Maybe the users are also being stored to a different collection that I’m not seeing?
Anyway I think it would be easier to delete every instance of this email address if I could search across all collections and all key values. Is there any way to do this?