OjBect Console is a Web application that provides administrative facilities for the Object Relational Bridge (OJB) persistence framework. This console provides transparent browse, search, create, update, and delete functionality for the objects configured within OJB. In addition, it provides administrative functionality such as cache management and a configuration viewer. Finally, it can be extended to build a data management Web application. The general idea is to provide a useful administrative tool to OJB and a solid reference application for OJB/Struts.
pxlib is a simple and small C library for reading and writing Paradox DB files. It supports all versions starting from 3.0. It currently has a very limited set of functions, like opening a DB file, reading its header, and reading every single record. It can also extract blob data and write it to a file. Support for writing Paradox DB files is still very experimental.
Nacho is an application server and rapid Web development platform, ideal for producing business applications, content management systems, interactive content, and custom Web applications. It features a fourth generation template language and database abstraction layer to dynamically produce HTML, XML, JPEG, PNG, CSV, ZIP, and other rich content types.
PHP GEN reads the list of tables in a database, lets you select one, then reads the structure of it, suggests a basic (modifiable) configuration, and generates good-style and easily maintainable PHP code capable of listing, searching, adding, editing, detailing, and deleting records. Both the generated code and the engine itself use Pear::DB for the database-abstraction layer and Smarty for the presentation/interface layer. Master/detail (foreign keys) are supported.
PDO (Python Database Objects), is a collection of objects for use with Phase or with the Python programing language. PDO is designed to be robust and simple at the same time, allowing access to multiple styles of databases with one set of instructions. This means never having to worry again about your syntax when changing database platforms on your next project. PDO provides an object oriented API similar in intent to ADO and JDBC.