While trying to add an existing git repo, the connection to the repo fails if we have special characters in the password (especially @ symbol) when using Authentication style as "Password for http(s)". The returned error code is 401.
The connection works fine if the password has no special characters.
Any help on this behaviour and how it can be resolved?
I just created a user in our Stash instance with a password of "stash@user" and connected Fisheye to that repository using the password without any issues. Which version of Fisheye are you using and where is the repository that you're trying to connect to hosted?
Our setup is rather simple. We have GIT installed on the same server as where the Fisheye is installed.
Trying to add a new repo and providing a password with @ symbol still doesnt work. Returns a 401. The username and password are correct. And it works when we give a username and password that doesnt have @. Our Fisheye is at 3.1.5
If you are using Stash, the upcoming release of FishEye (3.4) will make the following process a single-click operation once you have an Application Link established between FishEye and Stash.
However, until then - you must:
* In FishEye
** when adding a new Git repository select: "Generate key/pair for SSH"
** Copy the public key shown to your clipboard
* In Stash
** Go to: Manage account
** SSH Keys
** Add Key
** Paste in the key you just copied and save.
Then go back to FishEye and hit "Test connection".
Now, fisheye will be able to fetch and clone the repository in Stash via SSH and their will be no need for you to embedd any passwords in the URL.
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