Checkout Through Fisheye

This is a pretty basic question, but is it possible to checkout a repository once it is imported into fishey?

uberSVN hosts the repository once you create it, i was looking for a similar feature in fisheye.

I have several existing SVN repositories. I have imported them and i can view their history etc. Can I make it so a user in Fisheye has access? Once imported, what is the URL to the repository in that case?

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Fisheye does not checkout a copy of the svn respository when I last looked at it. It references the main repository and it creates its own structures.

Fisheye is a source code viewer and not a source code maintainer as noted in its documentation guide.

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