NoORM is a Java open source project providing code generators and a runtime library to simplify and automate access to relational data residing in an Oracle database. NoORM follows a consequent database-centric approach. Any business logic represented in SQL queries is expected to be provided in PL/SQL stored procedures. NoORM can generate the required Java code for Java Beans, Java Enums and Java Services to exploit the power of Oracle to Java applications.
Provides infrastructure for service testing and Oracle's SOA specificities, such as TaskList Service interaction, business events, AuditTrail access, and so on. Uses JAX-WS (for the WebService client implementation), Ant, JUnit, and Oracle Application Testing Suite (OATS). Check out the wiki.
The Oracle Tools project provides a collection of general purpose low-level Java tools, classes and interfaces for your applications. Included are classes to aid in the configuration and management of multiple runtime instances typically used for testing multi-server, multi-process distributed applications. This work originated from the Coherence Incubator and is now released and developed as an independent standalone library (without requiring Oracle Coherence).
PakistanJUG is created with the idea to arrange seminars, group meetings, conferences and symposiums in different locations/institutions in Pakistan to spread awareness and interest about java. Java Experts from local and international industry will be invited to address the group. It is also intended to participate and contribute to JSRs implementations and other java open source projects.
Port Harcourt Java User Group is a community where developers and Java enthusiast come together to learn and practice how to use Java Technologies to develop all kinds of Software Applications.