Modular, web based ERP for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows
The Open Source ERP is a web based ERP. The software contains a web interface for administration of the system and an Active Directory based on Samba resp. a groupware based on Sogo. It can be used as SBS for sharing data via Webdav and SMB and administrate website based on Apache. The ERP server software runs on Linux, MAC OS X and Windows. The ERP need no plugins in the browser on the client computer. The ERP can be accessed from any where with out effort. Be it at home with your home computer (Windows, Linux, MAC OS X), or traveling with your smart phone (iPhone, iPad, Android), or in the office, the data is always at hand. Webdav interface for synchronizing contacts and calendar. In addition to customer, order, invoice management, etc... the ERP has a complete warehouse management including a order management for material in the warehouse. Extensions or modifications can be easily programmed.
Environment for extending the usability of Oracle SQLPlus
SqlPlusConfig enhances the usability of Oracle SQLPlus in interactive mode. Characteristics: simplifies connection to database, configuring session parameters after connecting, convenient command history and autocompletion, auto-adjust width of columns for data output. Oracle SQLPlus and the same packages of Cygwin are required.
This is The new DB in Development Status for 3.1.1a
Home directory configuration files for PL/SQL developers who use Vim
Configuration files used in Cygwin (MS Windows). It contains settings for: - readline; - Vim ( for SQL / PL/SQL developers); - ...
Web application for managing shopping list, sharing it, reporting goods by markets, calculating prices etc.
The new JakX-DB is completely written in SQL and is updated semi-weekly
Framework for development in the Oracle Database
A set of utilities and libraries, enhancing standard system PL/SQL packages in the Oracle Database. Includes: - a utility for creating, developing and documenting program modules in Oracle DB; - a utility for watching the DB size and tracing Oracle sessions ( put pkg_ProcessMonitor.setSqlTrace() before your code and you then receive an email with 10046 events trace file); - logging feature ( similar to log4j, extending limit of PL/SQL Exception message length to 32K); - easy working with files; - flexibly customized scheduler ( similar to cron); - creating Microsoft Excel xml-files; - sending and receiving email messages ( implementation of smtp and pop3 protocols); - a PL/SQL interface for jdbc access ( existing libraries for accessing MS Sql Server, Sybase, DB2 from Oracle DB); - an interface for accessing Subversion; - a utility for parsing CSV and other text files. Uploading modules is in progress: please, ask if you are interested.