|Commits pushed to bitbucket have wrong userid [message #1746604]
||Tue, 01 November 2016 16:18
| David M. Karr
Registered: July 2009
I'm seeing an odd interaction between EGit and a remote bitbucket server. I don't know if I have a problem with git, EGit, or bitbucket.|
On the bitbucket server, I created a project and repo. I cloned the repo in EGit, then copied in a codebase, cleaned it up, committed it, and pushed it to the remote repo.
I then looked at the repo in bitbucket, and the "Author" fields for the commits weren't my regular login userid, they were associated with a "service account" that I've used in the past for other projects.
I then searched in my local git config, both repo and global, for anything that might be specifying that uid instead of my normal userid. I can't find any reference to that service account id.
After I pushed to the remote repo, I created a pull request and self-merged it. The "Author" field for the merge commit used my "normal" userid, not the service account. This seems to point to some misconfiguration on my desktop or EGit, but I can't figure out what it might be.
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