SYMPLiK EXZELLENZ is a program to manipulate table data in Oracle database by using a Microsoft Excel file (xls or xlsx format). Unlike Oracle WebADI, More4Apps, or other Excel-driven solutions, this program does not use Office VBA (macros) to process the data. It is a pure Java solution incorporated with Apache POI and the Oracle JDBC driver to download, upload, insert, update, and delete data from Oracle database tables. It is Linux-friendly for Open Office users as long as the spreadsheet is in Excel formats.
Osmius is a monitoring tool for everything connected to a network. It features very high performance. It allows you to create and integrate business services, SLAs, and ITIL processes such as availability management and capacity planning. Osmius offers real GIS capabilities, BI, and data mining to keep track of SLA requirements.
GPS Tracker allows someone to track a GPS enabled cell phone using Google Maps. The project was tested with a Motorola i355 cell phone on the Sprint/Nextel network. You need to have a data plan with the cell phone provider so that you can make updates to your Web site from the cell phone. There are two projects available. The first project is built with PHP and MySQL. The second project is built with .NET and Microsoft SQL Server. Both projects use Java (J2ME) on the cell phone.
OpenLexicon is a business rules and business process management tool that rapidly develops applications for transaction and process-based applications. There are two main components of OpenLexicon: the metadata repository and the business rules engine. The OpenLexicon business rules engine is not Rete based. It has a predicate evaluator that includes a unique ability: it can evaluate small, inline Java expressions. OpenLexicon provides strong support for Web services, so complex rulesets can be published to a service-oriented architecture without writing code. An Eclipse plugin-in is available that creates a comprehensive WSDL and data type (.XSD) in your Eclipse project.
A microcall is an XML-dialect used to communicate between a client and a server in a standard and easy-to-use way. The client part is (usually) implemented in Java and consists of a simple POJO that can understand the XML messages returned by the server response to a given call. The server part is only responsible for returning standard and correct messages in response to a given call. The server usually does a lot of work when it receives a call, but from the client standpoint, the server only returns a message explaining the result of the call.
NetOculus is a network monitoring system that provides all the functions of the well-known monitoring system MRTG. It also has a number of its own benefits. It can automatically monitor any kind of detectable alteration in a computer network (and in relatively separated network areas). It can efficiently notify staff about hardware state changes. Analytical information is aggregated. Specific pieces of hardware are associated with the staff members who responsible for them. The solutions for solved problems are reported to the staff for further use.