Load utilities that support the creation of database target tables as part of the job script also support the definition of security constraint columns in the target tables. TPump error table and Acquisition error tables for MultiLoad/FastLoad are not protected. However, Application error tables for MultiLoad/FastLoad are protected.
If the user does not have OVERRIDE privileges on a constraint when inserting into or updating a table, constraint column values default to the session constraint values for the user.
Granting OVERRIDE privileges to a user prevents execution of the corresponding row level security constraint UDF(s), and allows the user to specify the constraint values.