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Authentication failed because the credentials were missing

Commit error.

When I commit my project to bitbucket, I get the attached message. it does do a successful commit though. How do I get rid of this message/warning/error.




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Ben Atlassian Team Feb 24, 2022

Hey Nilesh!

Just reaching out as I can see that this question has not yet been answered by our community.

That error message will either appear due to missing credentials in the configuration of the GIT client you are using, or missing credentials in your Keychain Access application (given that you appear to be using Mac OS).

Hope this helps.


- Ben (Bitbucket Cloud Support) 

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