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.



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