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How to tell if a git connection (for Push/Pull) was successful/failed on BitBucket Server?

We have a third party product which we have configured to use BitBucket (https// for git.   

This has been working successfully for a while, including move to App Passwords.

However that product is now showing "Repository failure" messages when trying to commit through it.

I would like to determine if that product is actually making a connection into BitBucket and if so, why that connection failed. 

So is there any audit logging of connections (for push/pull) available in the Cloud Bitbucket environment to allow me to check this?



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Hi David,

I'm afraid that we don't have these kinds of events available in the audit log.

My suggestion would be to check if there is any logging in the third-party product you use, where you can see what kind of operation is performed and what is the output of the command that is failing.

Kind regards,

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