Adding new project in crucible/fisheye does not display list of repositories

While adding new project in crucible/fisheye, list of repositories is empty although I have two repositories defined in Fisheye. What's the problem?

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It's quite likely that your user account doesn't have read permission for those repositories, or you are logged in with admin password only.

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