I am using HTTPS to clone my repo on bitbucket and it asks for password. I use Google SSO to login bitbucket and google password does not work for https git clone. I created an app password and this app password does not work either.
Any idea where I can the password for https git clone? Thanks.
I had exactly this problem this morning. SSO to Bitbucket from Google. This apparently means my account does not have a password.
Cloning out my company's repo to a shared machine, I don't have my ssh keys handy, so used the `https://` URL to clone. Of course, there's a password prompt, and _nothing_ worked.
There is no way to just set a password via one's account settings, because you have to put in the non-existant password to change the password that doesn't exist. Catch-22!
I ended up working around this by logging out, then logging in with with my email address instead of SSO. Since there's no password this will never work BUT I was finally able to access a "reset my password" mechanism, and that worked to get a password set. Great! But it's not clear to me if this "logged in with different mechanisms" will cause problems down the road or not. I hope not.
Now that I have an account password, I can get past the password prompt in the the clone operation, only to find out it wants me to use an app password instead. But that's a story for another day.