I got an error when starting studio on a remote connection. This happens after selecting a remote TAC connection and an existing project. From the Studio log, I see below:
org.eclipse.jgit.api.errors.TransportException: http://user_id@xxxx:6990/atlassian-stash/scm/***/talend.git: 401 Authorization Required
However, it doesn't seem to be authorization issue since I test "git clone" command with the same url in tSystem and it worked fine.
Could you provide any hints that may cause this issue?
We need more information to address your issue.
Did you define your git project in TAC? A user ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) defined in TAC that is allowed to access this project?
Have you already checked out the project from TAC (git)?
Did you define your git project in TAC? yes, I did and it is displayed in Studio
A user ( email@example.com ) defined in TAC that is allowed to access this project? yes. the id is used to connect to TAC from Studio. and therefore we get the above picture
Have you already checked out the project from TAC (git)? I'm not sure what you mean. however, the error occurs when clicking on "finish" in the above picture
Have you tried to update password on TAC side , use the correct one and re-launch studio to see if it works?
With your subscription solution, could you please create a case on talend support portal so that we could give you a remote assistance through support cycle with priority?
This is kerberos connection and there is no password needed. We are doing a POC so no subscription
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