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Connecting Netbeans to BitBucket

Does anyone have any idea how to get Netbeans 14 connected to BitBucket following the recent authentication changes? 

I have the correct username and password and repo address but every time I click Next I get the following error: 

"Incorrect credentials for repository at .... "

Any ideas anyone?

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Thuan_ Do Dang
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Aug 11, 2022 • edited

Hi @josh ,

Have you ever used app password instead of your account password?

bitbucket app pasword.png

Create new one and use it for your authen in Netbean.

Hope this helps!

Genius! Worked instantly.  Thank you so much.

Tom Kirby
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Mar 12, 2023

Note that older repositories, created before the new auth system, seem to use the old auth system, and not require an app password (for now?). They use the account password. New repos created after the new auth was initiated, fail to authorize (at least from NetBeans 15) until a new app password is created in the bitbucket personal settings. Which should remind us all of the adage, "Great ideas are useless until communicated properly."

Netbeans 14 does not currently support the new Bitbucket authentication changes. There is an open issue for this on the Netbeans bug tracker (, but there is no estimated fix date. In the meantime, you can try using an older version of Netbeans or another IDE.

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