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Importing a repository from another workspace, error with the new app password

It is not possible to import a repository from another workspace anymore, the import process fail even when we use an app password with full access.

11:48:47 git import for: https://repo.git
11:48:47 Cloning https://repo.git...
11:48:47 Cloning into bare repository 'newrepo'...
11:48:47 remote: Bitbucket Cloud recently stopped supporting account passwords for Git authentication.
11:48:47 remote: See our community post for more details: https://atlassian.community/t5/x/x/ba-p/1948231
11:48:47 remote: App passwords are recommended for most use cases and can be created in your Personal settings:
11:48:47 remote: https://bitbucket.org/account/settings/app-passwords/
11:48:47 fatal: Authentication failed for 'https://repo.git/'
11:48:47 Remote Git clone failed: <class 'bitbucket.apps.asyncx.tasks.ImportException'>: Command failed. Return value: 128

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Nevermind, the problem was not the password, the login needs to be the username and not the actual login.

The username is only seen on the person bitbucket settings and not on the atlassian account settings.

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Karthick S Atlassian Team Apr 04, 2022

Hello @Rafael F_

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.

As you have identified, the command expects the username, not the email ID. You can get the username from your personal settings of Bitbucket. 

I hope this helps.

Regards,
Karthick S

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