Yes, that is how the website was created through netlify init --manual step. So following the video, it should return SSH key but it did not as you can see from the screenshot above.
On ‘Do you want to create a Netlify site without a git repository’ question, I have selected ‘Yes, create and deploy site manually’. Would this be a possible cause of not returning the SSH key? But the guide video itself also selected something similar to that (although it was not exact the same message).
Anyway, if it did not return SSH key during init stage, would I be able to get one now? And how can I do that if possible.
Hi, @pdk2580, the build webhook triggers a build which clones a Git repository and runs build command to create the static site. Is there a Git repo at Azure DevOps? If so, are you linking this site to the repo with netlify init --manual?
Linking the site to some Git repo will be required for build webhooks to work.
Hi @pdk2580, it’s been awhile so you may not be hitting this issue anymore. However, I wanted to share that we recently released support for Azure DevOps as a Git provider. If you still have projects in Azure DevOps repos, that should make connecting them to Netlify more straightforward; connecting the repo on the CLI via netlify init --manual is still supported. Hope this helps and always happy to hear any feedback you may have!