The only way to change the order of callback invocations is to change the data model. But if you cannot do that and you need to deal with valuelist no later than with other nodes, there are options like delayed response, bulk methods or stateful data providers; I can imagine that some combination of these can help with that.
Most of the relevant info is in manual pages, in particular confd_lib_dp. You should be able to get hold of a ConfD distribution (a product in many aspects very similar or identical to NSO; a restricted version "ConfD Basic" can be obtained from Tail-f pages), it contains examples of how this API is supposed to be used.
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