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db4o is the world's leading open source object database for Java and .NET. Leverage fast native object persistence, ACID transactions, query-by-example, S.O.D.A object query API, automatic class schema evolution, small size (http://developer.db4o.com)48 weekly downloads
Dataman is a fully multi-threaded database server and client API libraries in C, C++, Java, and a PHP module has now been added as well. This is a 'direct access' database, not a relational one. It emulates the verbs of the EDITOR language.11 weekly downloads
oraToolKit is the Swiss Army Knife for Oracle. Standards and well designed tools help DBA's mastering Oracle 10g / 11g throughout the whole lifecycle. OTK runs on Linux, zLinux, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX and other UNIX based systems.3 weekly downloads
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OPR (Oracle Password Repository) is a Unix based secure tool for storage & retrieval of Oracle database passwords. By replacing hardcoded passwords in scripts with a call to OPR, it helps keeping your Oracle enviroment secure and easier to maintain.2 weekly downloads
The DbtuTools project is a framework for working with the UNIX / Wintel versions of IBM's DB2 UDB database family.
ProDashboard is a custom plugin for the Open Source server monitoring package called Nagios®. ProDashboard "watches" your Progress database and warns you when critical or serious errors are about to happen.
SportWire is a website toolkit for high-speed high-volume collection, transformation and redistribution of documents. Sportwire is currently employed by xmlteam.com to translate multiple concurrent vendor news feeds into standard SportsML at over 20 documents per second.