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Need help with Java Specs, ssh and unique repo best practices

Working on trying to learn Specs and Java.  I went through the tutorial and after using my username and password in the credentials file I am able to create a new new plan and update when running from the IDE.  I added this to a Bitbucket repo under bamboo-specs but when I scan the linked repo I'm getting errors.  Seeing...

Unable to scan repository

Connect to localhost:2375 [localhost/, localhost/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1] failed: Connection refused: connect

Also our authentication is via ssh but don't see any examples.  Can someone please share how to add ssh authentication to a specs file?

We have many plans over several repositories and would like to have a single specs repo with all our plans.  Is there any best practices page available on how to organize multiple plan specs in a single repository?

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