Access permissions Like all Java classes in the database, classes containing JDBC statements can be accessed by any user provided that the GRANT EXECUTE statement has granted them permission to execute the stored procedure that is acting as a wrapper for the Java method.
Execution permissions Java classes are executed with the permissions of the connection executing them. This behavior is different from that of stored procedures, which execute with the permissions of the owner.
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