How do I create a Repository Access Token for Bitbucket?

Lee Chickering
Lee Chickering
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A guide on how to create such a token can be found here.
The same authentication method is used to fetch the Git repository (for SOUP dependency analysis) as well.
The repository access token needs to have at least the following permissions:
  • Repository: Read
  • Pull requests: Read
When entering the authentication credentials in Ketryx, set the following:
  • Username: x-token-auth (as a verbatim value, as documented here)
  • Password: (the access token)

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