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  • January 25, 2017

New Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service Features – by Shay Shmeltzer

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption


Over this weekend we released an update to Oracle Application Builder Cloud Service (version 16.3.5).

This version is available to all our customers and adds several big-ticket items and many small enhancements.

In this blog entry we'll focus on the big changes and new features you’ll see.


You can now define a more refined security layer for your application. You can define roles and then indicate what each role is allowed to do.

Security can be defined at the page, custom object, and item level.

For example, you can define that only a specific role can access specific pages in your app, or that only managers can update a specific data object, or that a field in a page is only visible if a user has the proper role.

Application Export/Import

You can now package an application you created to be shared with other ABCS instances. This allows you to build an application and then share it with another ABCS customer even if they work outside of your company.

In addition you can import an application someone else created.

This is the first step in the direction of creating an ecosystem of reusable apps that people create and others can enjoy.

Application Templates

You can now create and use new templates for your application creating custom look and feel for your own application as well as providing specific pages out of the box.

Reusable components

JavaScript developers can now create reusable components that can be imported and integrated into your ABCS applications.

Components include UI components, Javascript libraries, and user interface themes.

This is the first step toward the creation of an ecosystem for resource sharing among ABCS users. Read the complete article here.

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