Connect Bamboo Ondemand to Bitbucket via deployment key

Why is it not possible to just connect to a Bitbucket repository using the deployment keys I have defined for a project on Bitbucket?

When I choose Git as the way to connect to my repo and the option to use a private key, I get the error that Bamboo Ondemand does not work with ssh acccess to bitbucket. When I chose the https://location of the Bitbucket repository, I get the error that I cannot use ssh access with https. So that won't work.

When I choose Bitbucket as way to connect to my repo, I have to enter my username/password to load the repositories, which is also not what I want: I just want Bamboo to use the deployment (read-only) key and not my own login.

Any feedback on this?

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Hi Karel,

I stumbled across this as we've got a similar challenge. More discussion on (in case you haven't seen that already).

Nick Muldoon

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