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Authenticating with your Git repository

If the git repository you added to your Domino project requires authentication, you will need to set up authentication in your Domino account settings. Depending on the URI scheme you choose (HTTPS or SSH), you should use a personal access token (PAT) or private SSH key, respectively. Currently, Github supports either PAT or SSH while Bitbucket only supports SSH keys. 

Personal Access Token (PAT)

1. Git Domain Credentials are set from your "Account Settings" page which can be reached by clicking your username in the top right hand corner of any Domino page:

 

 

2. Scroll down to the “Git Domain Credentials” panel and specify the given domain and add your personal access token. Step 2a, below, covers how to find your Github personal access token for authenticating with HTTPS Git URIs.

 

2a. To generate a Personal Access Token within a Github environment, visit 'Settings', then 'Developer Settings', and choose 'Personal Access Tokens' (or just follow this link).

You'll want to be sure to include the "repo" scope in the personal access token you generate for use with Domino.

 

 Private SSH Key

1. Git Domain Credentials are set from your "Account Settings" page which can be reached by clicking your username in the top left hand corner of any Domino page:

 

 

[ See also: Adding a Git repository to a Domino Project ]

 

2. Scroll down to the “Git Domain Credentials” panel and specify the given domain and add your private SHH key (id_rsa). Step 2a, below, covers how to create a public and private SSH key.

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