I have many repositories (both Git and Mercurial).
I created for the first time a repository in a Project.
Now, using SourceTree I can conenct (pull/push) to all the repositories without any problems but not to the repository inside the project.
The message window asking for the SSH key appear all the time.
I've done some commits to this repository probably with another PC.
So probably I have set in some way a SSH Key but now with this pc I'm stuck onm the SSH key information and I prefer to not use it.
I checked all the settings for a "classic" repository and for this "project" repository. They are al the same.
The only difference is the .git url,
"classic": SSH firstname.lastname@example.org:<my-user>/<my-repository>.git
"project": SSH email@example.com:<project-team>/<my-repository>.git
So, my question is:
Is mandatory to use a private/public SSH key for repositories inside a project?
If not, why I cannot push to the "project" repository using the classic way (SourceTree manage the credentials and does not ask me nothing).
I'm the creator and owner of all the repositories.
I use Windows.
I switched to HTTPS and the url become like expected, with my user. Using that in the repository settings soolved my problem.
I'm not sure but I don't remember to have never changed the default url, maybe SSH is now the default and I didn't noticed it.
Aniway using HTTPS works for me.
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