I see that Mr. Buchan answered his own question (use dbms_lock inside an
insert trigger to wait until the processing is done.) But after reading your
question I looked at security policies aka fine-grained access control
(dbms_rls) and started wondering, how can the fine-grained access control
apply to an insert?
From my trials and from what the documentation says, a security policy will
add an extra condition to the end of your where clause. But it also gives
you the option to apply the security policy to an insert statement. Has
anyone ever done that? If so, how and why?

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