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Unable to push files into Git using GitBackup extension

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Unable to push files into Git using GitBackup extension

Hi Guys,

 

I have imported the Git Backup extension 2.0.2 into the ThingWorx composer. And created the Git Backup thing made necessary git configurations in the configuration tab. Accessed the GitBackupMainMashup and performed the push operation, i can see that files has been added in the mashup.

But when viewing the git repo, i cannot see any newly pushed files in that git repository.

In the application logs, i got this error org.eclipse.jgit.api.errors.TransportException: https://gitlab: not authorized__ at org.eclipse.jgit.api.PushCommand.call(PushCommand.java:180)__ at gb.GitBackupTemplate.Push(GitBackupTemplate.java:156)

 

I'm not sure whether it's the issue with GitBackupTemplate or am i missing any of the steps.

 

Can someone please help me on this.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Re: Unable to push files into Git using GitBackup extension

@vangne 

 

It's working now. Yes, it's the issue with GIT credentials. Instead of configuring GitLab password in the thingworx Gitthing, i have generated the Access token in my GitLab account and configured this Access token in the GitThing at password field. It got worked after doing this. And now i'm able to push the files into GitLab. But i'm still curious why it didn't worked out with the GitLab password even though it's correct.

 

And one more doubt is that if i add a property or service to that Gitthing, how could we know those changes?Where exactly i can see the newly added property in the mashup that this particular property has been added?

 

Thanks in advance

Kiran.

 

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Re: Unable to push files into Git using GitBackup extension

@kiran2 

1. What is the Thingworx version you are using?

 

May be caused due to the improper configuration of GIT credentials.

 

Please try below resolution and let us know if this works for you.

Azure DevOps requires separate credentials to authenticate against GIT vs DevOps

 

Re: Unable to push files into Git using GitBackup extension

@vangne 

Thank you for the response.

I didn't understand why Azure Devops is required for this issue. I have been using GitLab.

And even before push in Git extension mashup it's checking for the GitLab credentials. So i don't think it's the issue with GitLab credentials.

 

Thanks,

Kiran

 

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Re: Unable to push files into Git using GitBackup extension

@vangne 

 

It's working now. Yes, it's the issue with GIT credentials. Instead of configuring GitLab password in the thingworx Gitthing, i have generated the Access token in my GitLab account and configured this Access token in the GitThing at password field. It got worked after doing this. And now i'm able to push the files into GitLab. But i'm still curious why it didn't worked out with the GitLab password even though it's correct.

 

And one more doubt is that if i add a property or service to that Gitthing, how could we know those changes?Where exactly i can see the newly added property in the mashup that this particular property has been added?

 

Thanks in advance

Kiran.

 

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Re: Unable to push files into Git using GitBackup extension

@kiran2 Thanks for letting us know that it is working fine now.

You can refer the attached guide, page number:13(step 5) to see updates- what you are pushing, what files changed, etc.

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