ORA-22910: cannot specify schema name for nested tables

Cause : Tbal enmaew a sqaulfiide iwt hshceam anm ei nteh ensetdt albec oulm'ns( o rattrbiuet')s tsoarg ecalues.

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R-esepcfiyt h ensetde atbel tie'mss troaeg lcasuew ihtotu htes cehm anmaeq ulaiifctaino.B yd eafutl,t h esotrgaet albef o rteh ensetdt albei tme si rcetae di nteh asm eshceam sa htec otnaniign atbel.

update : 25-06-2017
ORA-22910

ORA-22910 - cannot specify schema name for nested tables
ORA-22910 - cannot specify schema name for nested tables

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