What would you suggest to the PL/SQL developers to achieve this?

The HR user creates a stand-alone procedure as follows and grants the EXECUTE privilege on the procedure to many database users:CREATE OR REPLACE PROCEDURE create_dept ( v_deptno NUMBER, v_dname VARCHAR2, v_mgr NUMBER, v_loc NUMBER)BEGININSERT INTO hr.departments VALUES (v_deptno, v_dname, v_mgr, v_loc); END;The users having permission to execute the procedure are able to insert records into the DEPARTMENTS table even though they do not have the INSERT privilege on the table. You want only those users who have privileges on the DEPARTMENTS table to be able to execute the procedure successfully.What would you suggest to the PL/SQL developers to achieve this?

Question:

What would you suggest to the PL/SQL developers to achieve this?

Options:

Create the procedure with definer’s right.

Create the procedure with invoker’s right.

Grant the EXECUTE privilege with GRANT OPTION on the procedure to selected users.

Create the procedure as part of a PL/SQL package and grant the EXECUTE privilege on the package to selected users.

Correct Answer

The Correct Answer for this Question is

Create the procedure with invoker’s right.

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