Secure FTP API for Java is a collection of classes that allows you to add secure file transfer capabilities to your Java applications. It has a complete implementation of the File Transfer Protocol as defined RFC 959, and support for secure file transfer using SSL/TLS as defined in RFC 2228. Both explicit and implicit SSL connections are supported. It has an extendable architecture to support legacy/non-standard FTP servers, event notification to notify the connection and transfer events to interested objects, support for active and passive data transfers, support for ASCII and binary data types, and the ability to set the timeouts and buffer size to use for the control and data connections.
ITracker is a Java J2EE issue/bug tracking system designed to support multiple projects with independent user bases. It supports features such as full i18n support, multiple versions and project components, detailed histories, issue searching, file attachments, dynamic reports with charts, configurable field values, customizable project level fields, pluggable authentication, a built-in scheduler, and email notifications.
Oligopoly is a Monopoly-like game as a Java applet, directly playable from the Internet. It's written in Java and the object design is very true to the game. It should be easy to modify. It comes with nice graphics and is quite fun, although it lacks many features of the original game. It is currently only in German.
For improving trading in stocks or futures, it is important to record the trades in a trading journal. By using such a diary one has the possibility to comment, analyze, and review the past trades. Olf's Trading Journal offers the ability to comment the trades with text and pictures. Trades can be classified by user-defined categories. The trades can be imported and exported as CSV files. It is also possible to import and calculate the profit factor, pessimistic return ratio, and other performance measurements.
php_db2util is a module that extends PHP with mass data movement functions. It supports connecting to a DB2 server, loading data from a client or server with a replace option or insert option, and exporting data from a table to a client. It also allows the runstats utility to be run to recreate indexes.