Bug 6385

Git Push not working 06 April, 2021

Cory Gibbons
01 April, 2021
Product: PowerBuilder Category: PowerBuilder IDE
Version: 2019 R3 Build: 2670
Classification: Publishing: Public
Priority: P3
Status: Analyzing Reason:
Communication Status: Waiting for Customer
Chris Pollach @Appeon 06 April, 2021
#7
Hi Cory;

  Sorry for the slow reply as I just got back into the office from the Easter holidays.

  I just tried to activate logging on a test GIT app and there was not issue trying to log in. Makes sure that when you do this though that you only activate the "Log all Activity" check box and then assign the log file name (if different). Select the APPLY CB and then hit the OK CB.

Regards ... Chris
Cory Gibbons 01 April, 2021
#6
(In reply to Chris Pollach @Appeon from comment #5)
Hi Cory;

 Interesting ... but strange for sure!
 
 Do you have SCC logging on? (WorkSpace => RHMB => Properties => Source
Control => Log All Activity). If not, please activate this feature. Then if
you get this issue next time, you can open a support ticket and then attach
the SCC log file.

 In the mean-time, may we close this ticket?

Regards ... Chris
When I attempt to set that, I get a popup stating "Cannot connect to the repository. Please make sure you have specified the correct user ID, and password."
Chris Pollach @Appeon 01 April, 2021
#5
Hi Cory;

 Interesting ... but strange for sure!
 
 Do you have SCC logging on? (WorkSpace => RHMB => Properties => Source Control => Log All Activity). If not, please activate this feature. Then if you get this issue next time, you can open a support ticket and then attach the SCC log file.

 In the mean-time, may we close this ticket?

Regards ... Chris
Cory Gibbons 01 April, 2021
#4
(In reply to Chris Pollach @Appeon from comment #3)
Great .. did you have any "conflicts" to resolve during the "push" operation?
No, there were not any conflicts.
Chris Pollach @Appeon 01 April, 2021
#3
Great .. did you have any "conflicts" to resolve during the "push" operation?
Cory Gibbons 01 April, 2021
#2
Hi Chris,

Yes, the push works from the GIT Client.

Thank you.
Chris Pollach @Appeon 01 April, 2021
#1
Hi Cory;

  This could be due to an object source code conflict. Please try the code push from the GIT Client instead and see if that works or has more information on the Push failure.

Regards ... Chris
Cory Gibbons 01 April, 2021
*Phenomenon:
When attempting to push changes to Git (BitBucket) am receiving the 'Git client error code: Generic error. Failed to push workspace." error.

*Reproduce Steps:
Right click workspace -> Git Push

Remarks:
All other Git operations appear to be working as expected. Changes can be pushed to repository manually (not using PowerBuilder IDE).
OS:
Windows 10
Platform:
64-bit
Database Type:
Microsoft SQL Server
Database Version: