WebPBC (Project Budget Consolidator) is a Web-based application that enables small- to medium-sized companies to do budget consolidation on their projects. It is especially suitable for companies that coordinate projects that are geographically distributed. The Web-based interface allows managers, accountants, and organizers from anywhere in the world to access, update, and consolidate budget data stored on a central server.
HBCI4Java is a Java library for the HBCI home banking interface. It supports almost all aspect of the HBCI versions 2.01, 2.1, 2.2, HBCI+ and FinTS-3.0 (with PIN/TAN support). Its API is very application-oriented, so no knowledge about HBCI is required. The HBCI client package can be used to develop applications using HBCI features. The HBCI server package can be used to develop your own HBCI servers. This may be useful for credit institutes or software developers who want to setup their own HBCI test server.
2D / 3D Pie Chart provides both a client and server side solution for the incorporation of pie charts into Web pages. It provides versatile components so that Web authors and Java developers can easily build and publish dynamic and interactive Pie Charts. It includes many configurable features and functions for both applet and servlet development, and the documentation and examples are designed to give both a full understanding of every feature and enable you to implement both the applet and servlet quickly and easily.
Advanced Graph and Chart Collection allows you to add powerful reporting features to your Web or intranet pages and applications. The advanced graphing package allows you to quickly add impressive dynamic charting capabilities. Its powerful components provide both client and server side solutions for adding graphs and charts into Web or intranet pages and applications. It enables Web authors and Java developers to easily build and publish dynamic interactive graphs and charts.
The Java Fiscal Device API is a medium-level API to communicate with fiscal devices such as fiscal printers. It handles the communication protocol, the formatting and parsing of the protocol packets, and provides event-based notification for certain events such as out-of-paper events. It was made for Hasar printers (in use in Argentina and other countries) but also works fine with Epson printers.