The gnu.qif Java package allows you to generate files in the Quicken interchange format (QIF), a text (ASCII) file format that lets you to define transactions. The gnu.qif Java package presents an API that can be used to define accounts and transactions, and to output QIF records.
JHBCI is JCA/JCE cryptographic service provider for Java. It is useful for building HBCI home banking applications (clients and servers). JHBCI implements all relevant "RDH" crypto algorithms for the German Homebanking Standard HBCI Version 2.2, such as DES, RSA, ISO9796-1:1991-Signature, and RIPEMD160-MessageDigest.
PyLETS_CGI is a simple Web-based accounting database intended for mutual credit systems, including LETSystems, time-dollar systems, community barter networks, and babysitting circles. It is suitable for low transaction volumes, where file locking is considered adequate to provide concurrent file access and the cost or continuous memory loading involved in using a relational database is considered a disadvantage. The administrator is able to add accounts and input transactions. Users are optionally able to make payments out of their own accounts into other accounts within the network, check their own and other users' account balances, and view their own trading statements.
Oness is an ERP, CRM, SRM, and inventory management solution primarily supporting the textile commerce. It is based on J2EE technologies such as Spring, Hibernate, Struts, XDoclet, AspectJ, and Maven with a JSP-based Web interface. It is completely modular and thoroughly documented.