phpMyAdmin is a tool intended to handle the administration of MySQL over the Web. It can create, rename, and drop databases, create/drop/alter tables, delete/edit/add fields, execute any SQL statement, manage keys on fields, create dumps of tables and databases, export/import CSV data, and administrate one single database and multiple MySQL servers.
phpPgAdmin is a fully functional PHP-based administration package for PostgreSQL. It has all the basic functionality you need to completely administer a PosgreSQL server and/or database, including the ability to administer views, sequences, stored procedures, and triggers. Features include the ability to create and drop databases; create, copy, drop, and alter tables/views/sequences/functions/triggers; edit and add fields (to the extent Postgres allows); execute any SQL-statement, even batch-queries; manage keys on fields; create and read dumps of database and tables; and administer one single database, multiple servers, and Postgres users/groups.
phpWebLog is a Web-based news management system written in PHP. It uses a MySQL database. All the content, including multiple design layouts, themes, and languages can be edited/deleted through a user-friendly administration mode. It supports the importing and exporting of headlines from other sites via Netscape's RSS/RDF format. It also supports story moderation, an expandable links manager, threaded comments, and it allows site owners to expand their site by creating static pages from the administration page.
PIMPPA automates file downloading from newsgroups and FTP sites. Its especially designed for leeching pictures but can be used for any files. Filename-based heuristics and MD5 checksums are used for spam/duplicate prevention and automatic sorting of incoming material. The whole process is cronable. PIMPPA also includes a GNOME GUI and several commandline utilities for further processing and management of the kept files.
pks-commands.php3 allows your Web server to search and add PGP/GPG keys from the public keys out there. It takes the TCP 11371 port connection and does it all on the web server. It is good in environments where the client machines are unable to get to arbitrary TCP ports (such as behind tightened firewalls).
The PoolMan library and virtual JDBC2.0 driver provide Java object pooling, with particular extensions for database resources and caching SQL queries/results across multiple databases. PoolMan eliminates a common bottleneck in enterprise apps and maximizes JDBC performance for servlets, Java Server Pages, and other Java database applications.