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Failed to list groupings for user

I cannot login to the sourcetree startup screen and there is no interface I can go to settings or other. I insert the https://<username>@bitbucket/scm/<project>/<branch>.git url,

my username underneath and press Login. Entering my password created the "Failed to list groupings for user" message and doesn't allow me to go on

 

2 answers

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Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team May 31, 2018

Hello! I assume you're trying to connect to Bitbucket Server? Could you post a screenshot of the window you're inserting the info into? This will help me figure out what the issue is.

 

Thanks!

Hi Mike,

Here is the screen shot. Yes I am trying to login in Bit bucket. The error I am getting is 'Failed to list groupings for user'.

Thanks !

 

Issue.jpg

Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team May 31, 2018

Ah, okay! For the "root url" you only need the base URL.... so if your repo URL is:

https://mike@stash.atlassian.com/scm/sourcetree/master.git

then the root URL should be:

https://stash.atlassian.com

You only need to put in the base address of where your Bitbucket Server instance is, not the whole repo URL.

Hi Mike,

I tried the way you mentioned but it didn't work for me.  I tried using https://gitserver.mycompanyname.com but no luck.

Mike Corsaro Atlassian Team Jun 01, 2018

Odd. Not sure what else the issue could be -- the URL you use to access your repos should work just fine as the root URL for Bitbucket Server. As a workaround, you can also just sign-in using an Atlassian account on the previous screen.

yeah I'll try other options. Thanks for the help, Mike.

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Manju Atlassian Team May 24, 2018

Can you please specify if this is on the Windows app or macOS one? 

Are you trying to add an account or clone a repository?

Hi Manjunath,

This is the exact issue I am facing. I am using Windows 7. and want to clone a repository.

Thanks.

Esha.

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