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Cannot access bitbucket after installation




I just installed fisheye and trying to configure it. I do not understand the documentation, can somebody help me? It must be a simple problem that I overlooking...

I am installing the fisheye in the same server as the bitbucket. During the installation, it is recommended to create a user. So I have created a local user called "fisheye".

After the bitbucket:8060 is up, I saw the first screen and enter the license key.

Then I follow the "Starting to use Fisheye" section in

The first thing to do is to create user. However, I already have a bunch of users since I connected with JIRA. The documentation does not explain if I am creating users for using the fisheye or administrative users. 

If I am creating another fisheye user, then its a lot of job since I will have to create email address, ...etc. I am confused. It looks like we are creating users to access fisheye. In that case, I think I already have a bunch of them by default from JIRA integration.

Moving on to adding a repository. When filling in connection information, it does not tell me which userid am i using to access the bitbucket. Most of the account I used, including Jenkins accessing Bitbucket are local accounts to Bitbucket, not a real Unix user. Also, from the Fisheye admin page, I am not sure which userId i am using to access bitbucket.

I also tried to generate private key within the add repository screen, save the key to a file, then using "upload private key for ssh" in the add repository screen with that file. However, it complains "The file you uploaded is not a valid private key". I am running out of idea now. Which userid from where am i actually using to access bitbucket?

I am very frustrated looking at this which suppose to be a simple task. Please help.



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