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I can not "Commit and Push" from Eclipse 2021-12

I am using Eclipse 2021-12 and am trying to "Commit and Push" to my bitbucket; however, it will no longer work. I am using my user name (not email address) and Atlassian password. However I get the message:

'Push to AwardTracker_NJE - origin' has encountered a problem.

Can't connect to any repository:


(https// not authorized)



Can't connect to any repository: ( not authorized)



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HI @Glyndwr ,

try to edit your git credentials and try again. In order to do that :

To specify credentials individually for each remote

  1. Open Git repositories view,
  2. open "Remotes > origin > <your push url>"
  3. click "Change Credentials..."

push menu

(From User Guide - Resource Context Menu)


Hope this helps,


Hi @Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_ ,


Thank you for your assistance; however, step 2 does not match with what I see on my screen when I select "Repositories". This is what I see:


Screenshot 2022-05-22 170851.png


Kind regards,


Hi @Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_ ,

OK, I think you mean to do this in Eclipse. I did this and it requires me to enter my password. When I do I get and error message "Failed to write credentials for '' to secure store
No password provided."

Kind regards,


Hi @Glyndwr ,

yes, that operation is to Eclise side. Here a solution for your current issue


Hi @Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_ ,

Thank you so much for your help. In my case it was untick the Windows 64 bit integration. I was then prompted to add a new password, which I did using the Atlassian password. However, I am still getting the following error when I try to Commit and Push.

Can't connect to any repository: ( not authorized)

Kind regards,


I still need help with this please.

Some one suggest that https is no longer supported. So the git connection property in eclipse needs to change to ssh. How do I do this please?

@Glyndwr if your bitbucket is in https you need to use https also in eclipse.

Are you sure that your account has privileges to write in that repository?

@Fabio Racobaldo _Herzum_ I was able to write to it before the resent changes. How do I check that my account has privileges to write in that repository please?

This is still not working.

This is still not working. Please help!

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