bigloo-lib is a set of libraries for Bigloo, the Scheme programming language compiler. Most of the libraries are interfaces for various C libraries, such as the C runtime library, Gtk++, the LDAP client API, or the XML parser API. Other libraries are written entirely in pure Scheme, such as the HTTP library and the NODE library. The libraries are intended to make it easier to write programs in Bigloo scheme. bigloo-lib also provides a suitable framework to configure, compile, install, and deploy Bigloo libraries.
The DataBrowser is a Java-based tool for browsing virtually any database. It has been tested with Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL/Postgres, MySQL, DB2, and MS Access (among some others). It requires a Java 2 runtime environment. The DataBrowser allows you to execute dynamic SQL, import and export data, view the schema in a treeview, and view query results in a table view. It also logs all SQL executed with the SQLLog feature.
iSQL(IndependentSQL)-Viewer is a JDBC 2.0-compliant application that can take advantage of platform features such as transactions, running batch modes, and database abstraction. Even in heterogeneous database environments, it supports all database platforms with a JDBC 2.0-compliant driver, such as PostgreSQL, MySQL, and Oracle. It provides a variety of tools to carry out both simple and complex database activities.
Maccess helps to analyse data in databases; it is a Web interface to an SQL server. Its main features are user friendly query creation for SQL server; selective, grouped, and crosstab queries; various outputs (XML, HTML, TXT, graphs, and Europe map); data ungrouping in grouped queries; creation of Web links and definition of CSS styles for all values in output; ability to format numbers, dates, and times; and input and data update.
Net::Z3950::SimpleServer is a Perl module which implements the server side of the Z39.50 (information retrieval) protocol. It hides the complexity of network exchanges, packet serialization, and session handling. You are required only to implement simple callbacks to support searching and record retrieval. It is the basis of the "Zoogle" project, which is a Z39.50 gateway to the Google web index.
ZAP! is a module which makes it fairly straightforward to build WWW-based user interfaces for groups of Z39.50-based information resources. It hides much of the complexity of the underlying protocol and requires mostly an understanding of HTML and some understanding of the Z39.50 database model.