Re: SQL Injection Concern

Use bind variables.  That will greatly reduce or eliminate
the chance of SQL injection with 'execute immedate'.


On Mon, 10 Jan 2005 10:32:31 -0600, Knight, Jon <jknight@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>   We've got a table listing stored programs that need to execute after
> various application activity.  My first thought is to just use "execute
> immediate" on the stored program.  But this will allow anyone to insert a
> row into our table and execute arbitrary code.  I'm interested in any
> suggestions or solutions you've implemented to tighten up security in such a
> situation.
> 

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