A simple yet powerful Gantt chart library for Java 1.6 and later. DGantt is lightweight, requires no external libraries, is fast and efficient, and is currently deployed in several industrial projects. Also check out other projects from the author, including the MOEA Framework (http://www.moeaframework.org) and TSPLIB4J (https://github.com/dhadka/TSPLIB4J/).
Java based Batch scheduling, processing and monitoring framework
JBEAM can be leveraged to 1. Define a batch calendar 2. Schedule and execute end of the day processing of business objects 3. Schedule execution of inbound and outbound interface jobs 4. Schedule any end of business day or monthly reports 5. Monitoring of the Jobs status and execution
AbsoLOM is an enterprise software suite that manages and coordinates the complex and interdependent processes within operations.
OpenJCS (Job Control System) is a batch scheduling and control system for use on Unix systems which uses load balancing, dependency control, scheduling, runbooks, queueing and resource allocation subsystems for unmatched scalability and flexibility.
Realty Manager is designed to cut down the time your business takes to manage property, contacts, appointments, sales, advertising and everything in between. With emphasis on being user-friendly and intuitive, you will find it easy and efficient to use.
A collection of user friendly add ons and utility scripts for OTRS.
The Otter is a collection of user friendly add ons and utility scripts for the OTRS (www.otrs.org) ticketing system. The initial development of Otter is sponsored by the University of the Witwatersrand.
Ukolnicek is a multi-platform (Windows, Linux, OS X) PIM tool. It allows to keep all your personal task in a graphical and easily accessible form to help manage your time efficiently. Using synchronization you can access your data from everywhere.
Synchronize anonymized Lotus Notes calendar events to Google calendar
Did you ever wanted to synchronize your company meetings from Lotus Notes with your Google calendar? Yes? Then you are facing some obstacles: - your sensitive data must not go to Google (“Meeting at 12 o’clock with customer John Doe …”) - you do not want to get your Lotus Notes calendar tainted by your private entries from Google - you do not want to have your colleagues’ birthdays in Google - you like to select which kinds of calendar events are synchronized - you are using Lotus Notes :-) Since I did not find an application offering solutions to all these problems at the same time, I decided to write my own.
A simple Bash-based calendar application with a graphical interface.
Maintain Disposition Data for SMB that brings worksites, vehicles and persons on a timeline-blackboard.