LdapTemplate is a framework to simplify LDAP programming in Java, built on the same principles as Spring Jdbc. The LdapTemplate class encapsulates all the plumbing work involved in traditional LDAP programming, such as creating Contexts, looping through NamingEnumerations, handling Exceptions, and cleaning up resources. This leaves the programmer free to handle the important stuff: where to find data (DNs and Filters) and what do do with it (map to and from domain objects, bind, modify, unbind, etc.).
The Maven License Verifier Plugin is a Maven plugin that is intended to check the licenses of artifacts managed by Maven. This can be done during the build process, you can choose to let the build fail if an artifact with a wrong license is used. The licenses are categorized by a definition file that lists them with their different URLs and names. This can be different from project to project.
The mod_cidr_lookup is an Apache module for version 2.2 and 2.0. The mod_cidr_lookup detects client type by looking up the client's source IP address in CIDR blocks. This module sets the environment variable X_CLIENT_TYPE and the HTTP request header X-Client-Type, so it can be used in both Apache (httpd.conf) and Web applications.
Sambuca is a Java HTTP server framework that allows developers to embed an HTTP server directly in their applications with custom HTTP request handlers, so that their application can directly process incoming HTTP requests and easily send back HTTP formatted responses to the requesting client. Applications can host standalone HTTP services such as Web Services without having to deploy and integrate with a full application server such as Tomcat, JBoss, or WebLogic.
Chaplin ACT is a Java class transformer which brings several modern language concepts into Java: contexts, composites, roles, traits (mixins), runtime type conversion, dynamic method signatures, method and field aggregators, etc. Using these concepts makes designing loosely-coupled applications and writing cohesive code easier. Chaplin can work either as a JVM agent or as a post-compilation class transformer. It does not introduce any new syntax. All functionality is implemented by means of the standard Java language elements.
The OGSA-DAI Trigger component provides a mechanism to notify an OGSA-DAI server when a table in an SQL database has had its rows modified. It then executes a stored OGSA-DAI workflow to perform an action based on the notification. The trigger also provides the old and new values for the modified row which allows specific actions to be taken based on the exact database changes. These actions can use the full range of access, transformation, and delivery functionality available in OGSA-DAI.