Can two fisheye repositories point to the same Subversion repository?

We need to allow global access to a fisheye repository for one user group while limiting access to another user group.

The thought was to create two fisheye repositories that point to a single Subversion repository.

Access to folders in each fisheye repositories would be configured to meet the needs of its user group.

Are there any know or unknown problems with this setup?

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You can have any number of fisheye repositories that point to the same subversion url

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