Design issue tracking for possible future extensions to the JVM.
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Creating ER diagrams for existing databases. It's an easy way to document your db. Currently only PostgreSQL, MySQL and JavaDB are supported but adding other dbs is not difficult.
Viewer exists as a standalone app or a Netbeans module.
Our code is under BSD licence (you can do with it whatever you want) but it can use other opensource libraries that may be on other licence (like GPL). See wiki for manual and help.
Inspired by Ant's TStamp task this maven plugin will set the DSTAMP, TSTAMP, and TODAY properties in the current project. By default, the DSTAMP property is in the format "yyyyMMdd", TSTAMP is in the format "hhmm", and TODAY is in the format "MMMM dd yyyy"
Optional properties can be specified
Oracle Information Rights Management (IRM) uses encryption to secure and track ALL copies of an organization's sensitive documents and emails - regardless of how many copies are made, or where those copies are stored and used - even copies sent outside the firewall. Oracle IRM Wrapper is a Java desktop application that can manually 'wrap' and 'unwrap' ANY file format on ANY operating system using the same classification-based rights model and encryption as the core Oracle IRM product.
The Sumo Robots originally debuted as the "JavaNator" at James Gosling's JavaOne 2002 keynote. They were subsequently used for the SunOne Sumo Java Programming Competition at SunOne 2003. The Sumos show off real-time Java features using the Ajile processor packaged in a Systronix Jstamp. And they demonstrate a simple Java interface for controlling robots for the ancient and honorable sport of Japanese Sumo Robot Wrestling!
Http server for mobile devices or the Internet. Build lightweight networks of service-based components (SOA). Programmable framework with many features - add/run services, add/search metadata, autonomous, self-organising and distributed/remote communication. The server can be used by itself. Additional packages include a GUI, or a programmable problem solver for optimisation through heuristic search. Java J2SE or J2ME CDC compatible. Status is stable, but still under development.