Common Errors


Integration - Error 1002

When attempting to connect to one of our integrations, you may see Error 1002.

Solution:

This is a general authentication error. First, verify you used the correct credentials.

If your credentials are correct, or you weren't prompted for credentials, because you were already signed into the service, then you can try signing out of the service in your default browser. Then, attempt the authentication, again.

If that still does not work, please contact our support team and we can troubleshoot further.


GitLab Integration - Error 1005

When attempting to connect to your GitLab account, you may see Error 1005.

Solution:

Try connecting again. This error is caused by the GitLab API servers not responding in time, which can happen at peak usage times during the day. If you continue trying, the connection should eventually succeed.


Error when pushing a branch

When attempting to push a branch, you may see the following Push Failed error:

Solution:

This usually indicates that there is a casing difference between the local branch and the upstream remote branch. You can rename the local branch to match the casing of the upstream remote branch, which will allow you to push the changes.

Note: You may need an intermediate name change to get the branch named correctly. For example: Test-branch > temp-name > test-branch