JTOpen is the open source version of the IBM Toolbox for Java. This set of Java classes allows any Java-enabled client to access data and resources on an iSeries or AS/400 server. It contains a JDBC driver, FTP, remote command invocation, SSL support, and tons of other functionality. It also includes GUI wrappers for most functions, a runtime PCML interpreter, and an XML parser. Most of the classes are available as open source, and the binaries are free to download and distribute.
LotusXSL implements an XSL processor in Java, and can interface to APIs that conform to the October 1 Document Object Model (DOM) Level 1 Specification. The processor can be used from the command line or from an wrapper applet, or it can be used as a submodule of other programs, and accessed via the API. It is compatible with XML4J 2.x/1.x, as well as with Xerces 1.0.2.
XML-DBMS is a set of Java packages for transferring data between XML documents and relational databases. It views the XML document as a tree of objects in which element types are generally viewed as classes and attributes and PCDATA as properties of those classes. It then uses an object-relational mapping to map these objects to the database. An XML-based mapping language is used to define the view and map it to the database.
JODE is a Java package containing a decompiler and an optimizer. The decompiler takes class files as input and produces something similar to the original Java file, and the optimizer transforms class files in various ways with can be controlled by a script file. It supports the following operations: Renaming class, method, field and local names to shorter or unique names or according to a given translation table, removing debugging information, removing dead code (classes, fields, methods) and constant fields, and optimizing local variable allocation.
webCDwriter can be used to make the CD- and DVD-writer(s) connected to a Linux box available to all users in your network. It consists of the server CDWserver and the clients webCDcreator and rcdrecord. CDWserver stores the files transmitted by the clients, reserves the CD-writer and controls the CD-writer using cdrecord. webCDcreator is a Java applet that runs within your browser or by Java Web Start, assists you when putting together a CD, and transmits the files. Finally rcdrecord is a command line client that tries to offer the functionality of cdrecord over the network with full multi-user support.