Attempting to use Sourcetree for the first time. I am not able to find a user manual. There is no Help available onscreen.
As part of the setup I need to login to the bitbucket server. It asks for a URL but does not provide any specification or example. I have gone to my local bitbucket server and used the Clone function to obtain the URL of the repository. It has the form http:// USER @ Server IP address/Project/repository
When I try to use this in Sourcetree it gives the error - Invalid URL:The hostname could not be parsed.
What format is it looking for if not the format produced by Bitbucket?
I have reviewed the - Get started with Sourcetree - manual. However, the manual does not have any information regarding the "Login to Bitbucket Server" screen The screens shown in the manual do not correspond to the screens shown in Sourcetree 126.96.36.199
I have tried logging in using:
In every case Sourcetree returns the error - Invalid URI: The hostname could not be parsed.
Any tips on how to debug this? This is turning into a huge waste of time.
I can access and traverse the repository via my web browser with no problems. Works great.
I am using my email address to log in. Sourcetree does not give any indication of an authentication error.
When I copy the URI from my browser into Sourcetree, do I need to modify the URI in any way?
Could it be that the corporate firewall is blocking access to the particular port? i.e. does the web browser access the repository on a different port than Sourcetree? When I did a netstat I see that my machine has Established a connection to <server IP address>:http. I do not see any other connections (ports) to the bitbucket server.
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