Clicking Create Flow brings up the Create a copy of the latest version of the default Identity Cloud flow dialog. In that dialog, enter a name for the new flow (using only letters, numbers, and underscore characters: no blank spaces or special characters such as hyphens are allowed) and then click Save:
|Default Identity Cloud flow||Hosted Login v2 flow|
As you can see, there are enormous differences in the screens supplied with each version. And that’s based solely on screen name. The ways in which those screens are configured (CSS classes, screen text, fields and forms – you name it) are completely different as well. When you factor in all these differences between the flow versions it’s easy to see why you can't:
If you need a flow that can be used with Hosted Login your best bet is to copy an existing flow that you know works with Hosted Login. For example, when you first subscribed to Hosted Login you should have been given a flow named standard that’s fully compatible with Hosted Login. Copy that flow (either the most-recent version or a previous version) and you’ll be in business:
If you don’t have a Hosted Login-compatible flow that you can copy please contact your Identity Cloud representative.
Updated 6 months ago