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Couldn't read staging user ID & Repository: [] does not exist

Problems with source tree crashing - and not allowing a commit

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01 Removing all the user accounts from Sourcetree
-> Tools -> Options -> Authentication.


02 Remove the SSH Keys / Sourcetree permission from Bitbucket account.
-> Manage Account-> Security

Needed this bit of info since my account indicates it is a Managed Account


03 Uninstall Sourcetree using the Windows Uninstall program.

04 Delete the folders/files below before proceeding to the next step:
C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Local and delete all Sourcetree folders and files (if any)
C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Local\Atlassian and delete all Sourcetree folders and files (if any)
C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Roaming\Atlassian and delete all Sourcetree folders and files (if any)
C:\Users\<UserName>\AppData\Local\SourceTree-Settings and delete all Sourcetree folders and files (if any)
This last step was handle by the first Delete step


05 Download Sourcetree for Windows and installing it.

 

06 Now add the user account and clone the repositories.


Reset by adding a new app password and switching from oauth to basic authentication in source tree

Tested by Cloning a Repository
Making a suberficial change to a text file
Then Commiting that change

When Launching SOurce tree I still see the red exclamation on the Remote
but I believe this has to do with the server needing to be registered

so a slightly different issue

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ERROR [2022-09-14 11:42:16,810] [1] [SourceTree.Model.Repository] [Log] - Repository: [] does not exist

ERROR [2022-09-14 11:42:16,967] [1] [SourceTree.Model.Repository] [Log] - Repository: [] does not exist

ERROR [2022-09-14 11:53:42,335] [1] [SourceTree.Model.Repository] [Log] - Repository: [] does not exist

ERROR [2022-09-14 11:53:42,393] [1] [SourceTree.Model.Repository] [Log] - Repository: [] does not exist

ERROR [2022-09-14 12:00:03,639] [1] [Sourcetree.Installer.Squirrel.Utils.UpdateHelper] [Log] - Couldn't read staging user ID

ERROR [2022-09-14 12:00:03,646] [1] [Sourcetree.Installer.Squirrel.Utils.UpdateHelper] [Log] - Couldn't read staging user ID

ERROR [2022-09-14 12:02:45,677] [1] [SourceTree.Model.Repository] [Log] - Repository: [] does not exist

ERROR [2022-09-14 12:02:45,725] [1] [SourceTree.Model.Repository] [Log] - Repository: [] does not exist

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