Adding repo to Bamboo

I am unable to add a repo to the Bamboo plan. I get the following error.

I'm not sure what the problem is, do I need to set up a seperate "special" bitbucket account?

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To get this to work I had to use an account that didn't have the same email address as my account in Jira. Seems like a bug to me.

Hi Luke,

Please pay attention that's two ways to integrate Bitbucket with Bamboo:

1-Setup as Bitbucket repository: it'll retrieve all allowed repos to the used Bitbucket account.

2-Setup a Git/Mercurial repo: this option will ignore the "Bitbucket shell" and will only deliver the exactly repository.

Note that in both cases you'll allways make use of your Bitbucket username and password.

Cheers,

Lucas

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