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Hi @DeepakS ,
That's correct. Atlassian started disabling this on 1 March.
Instead of using your own Atlassian account password you should use an app password. This can be done on this page: https://bitbucket.org/account/settings/app-passwords/
Read more about the deprecation notice here.
This is very odd. I am trying to get list of commits from repository by hitting this url:
BitBucket has moved from Account Password to App Password from March 1, 2022, You need to create and use App password going forward to perform Git Operations.
Checkout the detailed article on Bitbucket Cloud recently stopped supporting account passwords for Git authentication
thanks @John Rix !!
My issue resolved at the last step when I deleted passwd file.. I was thinking that I might need to reinstall Sourcetree but I got saved..
Welcome to the community!
As per the Bitbucket communication, Atlassian account passwords are deprecated for Bitbucket API calls and HTTPS git activity (clone, push, pull and fetch), and are being replaced by App Passwords.
App passwords are meant to substitute your real account password and are designed to be used for a specific purpose and limited permissions. They can be easily created and revoked when needed.
If you want to check more information about the App Password, you can reference this documentation.
Please note, that you need to enter the username, not the email ID. You can get the username from your personal settings.
I hope this helps.