I'm using Bitbucket pipelines to build the code in a repository and then deploy artifacts to the repository download section.
The repo is owned by a team, not my individual user id. (My has write permission, however.)
The pipelines documentation at https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucket/deploy-build-artifacts-to-bitbucket-downloads-872124574.html says that in order to copy the artifacts to the Download section I need an environment variable with two parameters:
"username - Bitbucket username of the repository owner (and also the user who will upload the artifacts)
password - App password as generated by bitbucket"
I'm confused about this because the repository "owner" (?) is the team, not me.
Also, there is no way (that I can see) to generate an App password from a team's settings options.
What App password and user name should I use for this?
Hi Ann! An App Password can be created by a user who has Admin rights over the repo or Team. If you're an admin for that team you can create an App password using your individual Bitbucket account and use it for the team. Otherwise, if you're a normal user, you'll need to contact one of the admins to follow the steps at App passwords
Hope this helps!
Quick followup question:
To use Bitbucket pipelines to build code in a team-owned repository, I need to create an environment variable
which should be:
The documentation for pipelines says "username" should be the owner of the repository. However, in the case of a team-owned repository, the "owner" (a team) can't create App Passwords.
So instead, I should create an "App password" using an ordinary user account and use that user's id and app password?
Is this correct?
(That's what I did, and it's working fine, so I assume I've got it right. Just wanted to confirm with an expert!)
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