SSH key is mandatory or a repository can not require it?

Hi,

I created a repository.

Trying to use SourceTree I have an issue abount "SSH key".
I don't want a SSH key, I didn't set it.

In the "Settings / SS Keys" section of the repository it says:

"""You need to enable Pipelines for this repository to add SSH keys."""

This means the repository does not have SSH keys.
I don't want to add them. OR is it mandatory?
If it is mandatory why it is not asked when I created the repository?

 

Thanks,

Alessandro

 

 

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Please post a screenshot of the issue you're encountering. I'm not clear on exactly what the problem is.

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