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Deployed XSA nodejs Application has no Update privileges on own hdi container


I recently deployed an application consisting of a NodeJS module a Web UI5 module and a HDI-Container.

When I run the application through the Web IDE for testing purposes, everything works fine, my nodejs module

can insert data into tables of the HDI-Container.

However, after deployment I get an insufficient privilege error when my nodejs application tries to insert data into the HDI Container table.

Reading works in both scenarios, but writing and executing stored procedures won´t.

However I can execute stored procedures from a configured user defined service for cross container access ( non HDI container ) through synonyms just fine.

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