This project provides a delegate model authentication and authorization system which is driven from XML descriptions of the services' interfaces. On a method and argument level, you can detail your authorization mechanisms so that roles are what controls access, not users using java permissions.
EnCoMa is a Java Web Application which maintains the history of all your sensible configurations of your hosts. It can automatically download and keep versions of remote files, cisco configurations, output of remote commands, database queries and so on...
It supports notifications, user profiles, downloads scheduled by crontab expressions, password obfuscation...
It needs a webserver like tomcat, a database like mysql, oracle, postgresql and a dedicated filesystem to store configurations.
ITP_JAVA: A Java Community (Java User Group) located in Lima the capital city of Peru. The group focuses and promotes Java and related technology in and around Peru. It’s a group of professionals, businessmen, students who use Java in day to day life as a profession, hobby or as a job like to learn and spread the technology.
Project providing extensions, fixes and improvements of the Image I/O project such as support the GDAL I/O library, support for readeing/writing JPEG2000 files with Kakadu, improved support for reading/writing tiff files
The project has been moved to github. The entire material will be moved over slowly over time.
Please, refere to this link for update information: https://github.com/geosolutions-it/imageio-ext/
The purpose of this project is to create version 3.0 of the Portlet Specification. We want to address progress in Java EE technology that has taken place since JSR286 Portlet Specification 2.0 became final in 2008 and also address new technological themes that have since come into focus.
JavaSvet is an open Java community, for open Java people. It is the first JUG in Serbia, founded in 2004, with two major goals. The first is to gather and to share Java knowledge among Java developers, experts and enthusiast, as well as to organize Java events and to spread the word about Java. But that is not all: the second goal is to become a leading knowledge & technology center in this area.