Checking out a Working Copy

Is it possible to checkout a working copy of the whole repository, or do I have to checkout each project seperately?

I ask because my SVN client (Cornerstone) wants to be able to access the root so it can build a cache of log messages.

Also, if I can't access the root, how do I later add more projects?

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Yes, you can checkout the whole repository as long as you have permission to view it all.

svn co

Project creation bypasses the SVN permissions of your user account.

I get a access forbidden when I try to do that, and I'm using the admin account/account I used to signup for the service.

Ensure that the account has application access to FishEye and all repository permissions are set up in a way that lets that user have read-only or commit access to everything. Failing this, please raise a support request and we'll look into it for you.

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