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Oracle - Stored Procedure Privilge access

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So I created a stored procedure to insert/update some other tables.  After creating the stored procedure and compiling it, I am getting error that I do not have access.  However, I am able to update/insert to those tables with just the query before making the SP.  Is there anything special that needs to be done to allow the SP to update those tables?
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the stored procedure needs to be owned by the same schema that owns the tables

or, that schema needs to be granted insert/update privileges on those tables directly (i.e. NOT through a role)


another option, probably not what you want...

that procedure could be recompiled with "authid current_user" option, but using this route generally complicates things.
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Thank you.  That make sense.  I will try that and update later.
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Thank you.  That was it.
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