Pervasive.SQL is a high performance, low-TCO database server designed to be easily embedded in applications and devices targeted for Linux, Novell, and Windows environments. Pervasive delivers both transactional and relational access methods to the application in a single box. Based on this unique model, the developer can use the data access model most appropriate for a given task. This means high-transaction volume applications can exploit the performance-optimized transactional access method while reporting, statistical and other complex query tasks are easily addressed through the relational access method.
SibylSQL is a portable, full-fledged, next-generation, client-server, multi-threaded, object-relational database system. The primary technical contribution to the database community is the inclusion of the SQL Dialect Interface (SDI), originally written for the NightStar NEXTGRES database. The SDI allows a DBA to grant users or applications the ability to translate vendor-specific SQL such as Oracle, SAP DB, MSSQL, and PostgreSQL, into a native SibylSQL parse tree via dynamically loadable objects at run-time.
DBHawk is a Web-based Oracle tool that provides convenient database administration and development from home, office, or remote locations. It allows developers and DBAs to do various database tasks such as browse database objects, create new objects, view dependencies between various objects, generate DDL, execute SQL queries, run Explain Plan, and export results into HTML, CSV, or PDF format. It features storage management, security management, and the ability to monitor sessions, view/modify database parameters, browse v$views, etc. It is easy to install and straightforward to use on Windows, Linux, and Unix platforms.
OpenQuasar is an object-relational persistence manager. Persistent objects and the corresponding or-mapping are described in a model. Instances of these persistence classes can interact with the database, and can be queried with a language that is oriented at the object model. It has an open architecture, is J2EE conformant, and can be run standalone or integrated with EJB application servers.
Trivial Persist was developed to provide the quickest and easiest means possible to achieve object persistence in Java. It uses neither XML files nor SQL databases, and it uses normal Java classes for access (such as Set, Comparator, and Iterator) rather than JDBC or a new API. As a result, a new object repository (called a Store) can be created or modified in just a few seconds. It is not designed for huge databases. The disk storage format can be manipulated by simple text processing tools.
PostgreSQL for Solaris@sparc is a version of the PostgreSQL object-relational database optimized for SUN Solaris (SPARC). It features automatic installation, automatic startup (with logfiles), automatic TCP/IP configuration, Windows and Uniux tools for administering the database, extended init scripts, extended man pages, and more.
The EASY pdflib provides a set of functions and procedures which allow an easy generation of PDF files from within tdbengine-based Web applications. It generates Adobe Acrobat Reader compliant output. There are common functions for drawing simple texts, tables, or graphics, as well as table access functions to directly output database contents.