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Bamboo Java Specs, cannot set custom SSH keys on Bitbucket repo

I am using Bamboo integrated with Bitbucket. Repository is a linked repository. I am trying to setup Java Specs to create a build plan. This is intended to be a RSS (Repository Stored Specs).

Bamboo successfully scans the repo and picks up the Java Specs. When it tries to publish the plan, it fails

com.atlassian.bamboo.specs.api.exceptions.PropertiesValidationException: Clone url or ssh key pair is not valid

This is the code I use:

.planRepositories(new BitbucketServerRepository()
.name("Main Git")
.repositoryViewer(new BitbucketServerRepositoryViewer())
.server(new ApplicationLink()
.name("OurCo - Bitbucket")
.id("561d1ac7-2c1b-3219-b934-d0cd915ba1b7"))
.projectKey("TNDT")
.repositorySlug("tndt---bambospecs-test")
.sshPublicKey("ssh-ed25519 AAAAC3NzaC1lZDI1NTE5AAAAIBe4QMq5G8Xqkfmg42zGBt1QVAujP8McC8Q0xRnUzFMo tndt-ed25519@bamboo.talpa.network")
.sshPrivateKey("BAMSCRT@0@0@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")
.sshCloneUrl("ssh://git@<SERVER>/tndt/tndt---bambospecs-test.git")

Omitting SSH keys and running the plan from my machine works OK.

I have tried RSA2, ED25519 and other key types. Nothing works. Any suggestions on what I might be doing wrong? Am I encrypting the private key correctly?

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