SQLet allows you to directly execute SQL on multiple text files, right from the Linux commandline. In one single command, you can read in text files (with or without header lines) and perform arbitrary select statements, including joins over several files. SQLet can thus replace awk or grep in some instances.
Django Inventory is an inventory and asset control Web application. It features an object oriented approach to asset and inventory management, a CSV import utility, per asset or per item type photos and information, the ability to match suppliers to item types, a site wide search capability, user defined states for assets, the ability to define an item as a supply to another item, the ability to assign assets to one or more individuals, user photos, group assets, inventories or user per locations, purchase requests, and purchase orders.
LightProfiler provides performance analysis of Oracle databases. It generates detailed resource profiles for extended SQL trace files, containing information about the consuming of response time (by events, by cursors, etc.), data file usage, error analysis (SQL, PL/SQL), and much more. It also contains tools for additional processing of trace files (extracting session data, splitting files) and for management of a database's sessions (disconnecting, tracing, monitoring parameters, blocking locks, events, etc.).
Pybatis lets you use a templating engine to generate SQL in the same way we use templating engines to generate HTML. But while HTML is generated to send to a browser, Pybatis generates SQL to send to the database via Python's DB API, and then gathers the results. Pybatis consists of three things combined: Python's DB API, templates, and convenience methods. The core idea of treating dynamic SQL as a templating problem rather than a code generation problem (as in most ORM libraries) comes from iBATIS, after which Pybatis is named with great respect.
XML to DDL is a set of Python programs that converts an XML representation of a database into a set of SQL or DDL (Data Definition Language) commands. In addition, it can examine the difference between two XML files and output a sequence of SQL statements (normally ALTER statements) to bring one database up-to-date with the XML schema. You can also download the XML schema directly from the database. Finally, there's a tool to convert your schema into HTML for documentation purposes. XML to DDL currently supports the most recent versions of PostgreSQL, MySQL, Oracle, and Firebird databases.