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Using trigger-pipeline pipe with a team account Edited

I am setting up the CICD pipelines for my team and want to use the trigger-pipeline to run a pipeline in one repo from a pipeline in another repo. However the trigger-pipeline requires an app password to be setup but I don't see the option to create an app password on the team account.

(a) Is it possible to create an app password for a team account (maybe with premium)?

(b) If not, then can  the trigger-pipeline be used with a team account?

(c) Is there a way for every user to  create their own app password and have the calling pipeline pick up the corresponding password? 

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Hi @jhansoty ! You can only create app passwords for individual accounts, not teams. However, you should be able to use your personal app password as long as you have an access to your team account. Basically, you should navigate to the bitbucket settings from your personal account and create an app password there. This app password will work for all teams that you are part of. Also make sure you have the correct permissions to run pipelines in the repository. As for your last question, it's not currently possible. For more details about the scope of the pipelines variables you can have a look at this page

Let me know if you need any additional info :)

This is not the answer I was hoping for but thanks for confirming the limitation. For now I am using an individual account but that will not be tenable in the long run -- so I will probably avoid trigger-pipeline until it adds support for Oauth. 

Found this post from last month with a partial answer for my question (b)  Can  the trigger-pipeline be used with a team account.

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