I am wondering how its expected we are able to associate a call from rasa to our backend (ie the “/webhook” and “/nlg” endpoints) with our backend’s user session. Rasa is technically a different client from the front end so we cannot access the user session when rasa makes a call to us, which we need so we can use user details when running actions.
I tried putting the session id in the rasa jwt but it seems rasa does not return the jwt in the returning header. Not sure if I missed something in the docs. Thanks.