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Chapter 4 General Oracle Security

Program-Based Security was introduced in Section I, and will now be explored in detail. Essentially, it means that the users should not access the tables directly to do any type of manipulation. Rather, they should call stored programs like stored procedures, functions, and packages to accomplish this task.

For instance, the user JUDY, when approving a claim, probably issues a statement like this:

update
    claims
set
    paid_amount = 1200,
    status = 'P'
SEE CODE DEPOT FOR FULL SCRIPT
/

Instead, the functionality should be encapsulated in a program, such as a stored procedure, like the following

create or replace procedure pay_claim
(
    p_claim_id    IN number,
    p_paid_amount IN number
 
) is
begin
    update
        claims
    set
         paid_amount = p_paid_amount,


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