ORA-30939: Order violation: Element 'string' may not follow element 'string'

Cause : The XML schema specifies a content model that is sequential, where the order of nodes in the instance must follow the order specified by the schema, and this instance relies on the schema validity to avoid maintaining instance order information

Action - How to fix it : DBA Scripts :: www.high-oracle.com/scripts

Insert elements only in the order specified in the schema

update : 24-08-2017

ORA-30939 - Order violation: Element 'string' may not follow element 'string'
ORA-30939 - Order violation: Element 'string' may not follow element 'string'

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