Software Product Line (SPL) promises to accelerate the development process with higher quality of product and low budget of production. The essential key of SPL is feature diagram which describes the relation between features for the domain and captures the commonalities and variabilities. The approach gains numerous attention in research and industry area. However, the implementation of SPL approach for information system development is still inadequate. Some works explain the inclusion of ontology for SPL such as having feature diagram in ontology language. The inclusion benefits to produce an information system automatically. On the other side, the executable modelling language such as Abstract Behavioural Specification (ABS) can be utilized to implement the feature diagram for distributed object-oriented systems. The trend of ABS expands to accommodate microservices-based software variabilities, that is ABS Microservices Framework. The Framework allows to build different services for different devices who consume the data from ABS. However, these two area of research have not been integrated. We propose an adaptor to integrate the ABS microservices and ontology-based information system to produce automated business logics into the system. We show that by using the ontology as its basis, the system is semantically structured and the business logics required by the system is updated automatically.