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SSH key is not working

I have two private repos and I am using one repo as a library.

I configured for ssh key for one and add it's public key to another's access key.

I am using npm to install another repo as a library.

It works well locally but not working on the main repo's bitbucket pipeline.

Following one is the my example in package.json

"private-module": "git+ssh://[owner]/[repo]git#0.2.0",

Would you please help me?

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Mark C Atlassian Team Sep 21, 2021

Hi @hiroshi

Welcome to the community.

You mentioned that you configured an SSH key and added the public key to another repository as an Access key.
For this, when you run it on Pipelines, would it be possible for you to confirm if you also added the configured public SSH key on Pipelines?

  1. Go to your repository
  2. Click Repository settings
  3. Click SSH keys

If not yet, would you be able to add it there using the above steps and run your Pipelines build again?

Let me know how it goes.

Mark C

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