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The ORA-01013 usually means a timeout or, more typically on this forum, an intentional user cancellation. Searching the forum, I do not see any prior references to your exact situation. Some recommendations:
1. SQL Developer 126.96.36.199 was an early adopter release. Upgrade to the latest and greatest: 3.2.10.09.57
2. Review this: Re: [SQL Developer 3.0.04] Cannot Drill Down
3. If it is a true timeout, your privileges might make a difference. If you have access to the DBA views, SQL Developer does look-ups using those and performance is better.
So for , having the SELECT_CATALOG_ROLE privilege may help. I even read of one case in this forum where the poster finally discovered his database's recycle bin had an issue and the DBA needed to do some clean-up to correct the performance issue.
Hope this helps,
SQL Developer Team
I had the same problem with latest version. I was using JDK 1.7 (the suggested download at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index.html ). It all fixed when I installed JDK 1.6.
Thanks. I will give that a try