We have configured an access for Jenkins to automatically do some actions (such as branch merges), and we followed this documentation to store the related SSH access keys : https://confluence.atlassian.com/bitbucketserver0412/ssh-access-keys-for-system-use-869179319.html. This allows us not to create an account for Jenkins.
We have branch permissions to control which users can do merges on some branches.
We would like Jenkins to be able to perform some of these restricted actions.
Is it feasible? Or shall we create a technical user for Jenkins anyway?
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