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Developing Applications and Introspection Plug-ins for Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder
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Preface

This book details development topics about Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder. This Preface includes the following topics:

Audience

The intended audience is Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder developers who create applications leveraging the following development capabilities:

  • Using the Web Service API to create PaaS-enabled applications.

  • Using the Introspector Plug-in SDK to create introspection plug-ins.

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Related Documents

For more information, see the following documents in the documentation set:

  • Installing Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder

  • Using Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder

  • Release Notes for Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder

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