Error while insert data using execute immediate in dynamic table in oracle

Error while insert data using execute immediate in dynamic table created in oracle 11g .
first the dynamic nested table (op_sample) was created using the executed immediate...
object is
CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE ASI.sub_mark AS OBJECT (
mark1 number,
mark2 number
t_sub_mark is a class of type sub_mark
CREATE OR REPLACE TYPE ASI.t_sub_mark is table of sub_mark;
create table sam1(id number,name varchar2(30));
nested table is created below:
begin
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE ' create table '||op_sample||'
(id number,name varchar2(30),subject_obj t_sub_mark) nested table subject_obj store as nest_tab return as value';
end;
now data from sam1 table and object (subject_obj) are inserted into the dynamic table
declare
subject_obj t_sub_mark;
begin
subject_obj:= t_sub_mark();
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'insert into op_sample (select id,name,subject_obj from sam1) ';
end;
and got the below error:
ORA-00904: "SUBJECT_OBJ": invalid identifier
ORA-06512: at line 7
then when we tried to insert the data into the dynam_table with the subject_marks object as null,we received the following error..
execute immediate 'insert into '||dynam_table ||'
(SELECT
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887684 wrote:
ORA-00904: "SUBJECT_OBJ": invalid identifier
ORA-06512: at line 7The problem is that your variable subject_obj is not in scope inside the dynamic SQL you are building. The SQL engine does not know your PL/SQL variable, so it tries to find a column named SUBJECT_OBJ in your SAM1 table.
If you need to use dynamic SQL for this, then you must bind the variable. Something like this:
EXECUTE IMMEDIATE 'insert into op_sample (select id,name,:bind_subject_obj from sam1) ' USING subject_obj;Alternatively you might figure out to use static SQL rather than dynamic SQL (if possible for your project.) In static SQL the PL/SQL engine binds the variables for you automatically.