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ADF Faces

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Categories: JSF - JSP - Tag libraries - AJAX

Latest version: Early Access Release
Added 2005-05-12

Set of user interface components based on the new standard for JavaServer Faces (JSF).
ADF Faces provide various components with built-in functionality - such as List-Of-Values, Table, hGrid, Color Picker, and Calendar - that can be customized and re-used.

Features include:
- File upload support is integrated at a component level.
- Client-side validation is automatically derived from Validators and Converters.
- A pageFlow scope makes it easier to pass values from one page to another.
- A new hybrid state saving strategy gives developers the best of both client and server-side state saving.

ADF Faces ensures a consistent look and feel for your application, allowing you to focus more on user interface interaction rather than look and feel compliance. The components support multi-language and translation implementation as well as accessibility features. ADF Faces Components use Partial Page Rendering (PPR) offering superior runtime interactivity. PPR allow the browser to just render a piece of a page instead of the entire page.

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Berkeley DB Java Edition

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Categories: DBMS

Latest version: 3.2
Added 2005-06-22Updated 2006-10-09

Transactional database written in Java.
Berkeley DB Java Edition stores data in the application's native format, features full ACID transactions and recovery, record-level locking, zero administration and an API that provides a Java Collections-style interface.

Features include:
- J2EE standards support: J2EE Connector Architecture (JCA), Java Transaction API (JTA) and Java Management Extensions (JMX)
- Record level locking
- Sequences
- Small footprint: less than 495KB
- An API providing persistence without the need to translate objects into tables
- Deferred write
- Runs on any Java J2SE 1.4.2 or later certified Java Virtual Machine
- Supports all versions of Unix, Linux and Windows as well as most other major operating systems

Available under a dual-license. A no-cost open source license permits redistribution if your application is open source. A commercial license is available for redistribution of proprietary applications.

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JRockit JDK

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Categories: Miscellaneous, Profiling - Debugging,

Latest version: 3.1
Added 2009-11-24

The Oracle JRockit JDK provides tools, utilities, and a complete runtime environment for developing and running applications using the Java programming language. The JRockit JDK includes the Oracle JRockit Java Virtual Machine (JVM).

The JRockit JVM brings real time infrastructure capabilities with JRockit Real Time and JVM diagnostics with JRockit Mission Control.
The JRockit JVM is developed and optimized for 32 and 64-bit Intel architectures.

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JRockit Mission Control

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Categories: Profiling - Debugging, Tracing - Logging - Monitoring,

Latest version: 3.1
Added 2009-11-24

Tools suite that includes tools to monitor, manage, profile, and eliminate memory leaks in Java applications.
Integrates with Eclipse.

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Oracle ADF

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Categories: Frameworks

Latest version: 10g 10.1.3
Added 2005-03-04Updated 2006-03-24

Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) is a productivity layer for J2EE developers.
It allows building applications as a set of business services with Web, Wireless, and Rich Client interfaces. ADF includes ready-to-use J2EE Design Pattern implementations and metadata-driven components that you'd otherwise have to code, test, and debug by hand.
Oracle JDeveloper 10g includes integrated visual design tools for ADF, providing a single environment to model, test, debug, tune, maintain, deploy, and version all of the layers of your J2EE application.

ADF's key features:
- Business Services: The ADF Business Components technology provides declarative building blocks you can use to implement scalable business services, data access objects, and business objects that enforce business rules and handle database persistence.
- Model: The ADF Model layer provides declarative data-binding against a multiple backend technologies accommodating business services implemented as ADF Application Modules, custom JavaBeans, EJB's, and Web Services.
- View: The ADF UIX technology provides declarative page definition and a component set for HTML and wireless UI's, complementing ADF's support for JSP pages and JSP tag libraries like JSTL, Jakarta Struts, ADF DataTags, and others. The ADF JClient layer works with Swing to build rich client UI's.
- Controller: Integrated support for Apache/Jakarta Struts allows data-binding and business services to work with this popular controller-layer framework.

All layers of the Oracle ADF framework offer declarative options for development, configured from XML metadata, while accommodating custom coding wherever necessary. You can choose to use all or part of the framework in the applications you build.

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Oracle Help for Java (OHJ)

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Categories: Documentation - Code commenting

Latest version: 4.2.7
Added 2005-04-27

Oracle Help for Java (OHJ) is a set of Java components and an API for developing and displaying HTML-based help content in a Java environment. OHJ is designed primarily for displaying help for Java applications, although it can also be implemented as a stand-alone document viewer for use in a Java environment.

Also available: the Oracle Help for Java Developer's Kit (OHJDK), which includes the OJH technology plus tools and documentation for developing context-sensitive help for Java applets and applications.

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Oracle JDeveloper

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Categories: IDEs - IDE plug-ins

Latest version: 11g 11.1.1.2.0
Added 2005-03-04Updated 2009-11-24

Integrated development environment (IDE) for building applications and Web services using the latest industry standards for Java, XML, and SQL.
Oracle JDeveloper supports the complete development life cycle with integrated features for modeling, coding, debugging, testing, profiling, tuning, and deploying
applications.
A visual and declarative development approach and the Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) work together to simplify application development and reduce mundane coding tasks.
Oracle JDeveloper focuses on Java application development using J2EE, J2SE, or J2ME. In addition, JDeveloper enables XML-based application development with features such as the XML Schema Modeler, XML code insight, and the XML tag property inspector. To complete the developer’s toolbox, Oracle JDeveloper also
provides a full development and modeling environment for building database objects and stored procedures.

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TimesTen In-Memory Database

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Categories: DBMS

Latest version: 6.0
Added 2005-10-11

Relational database deployed in the application tier as a cache or embedded database that operates on data stores that fit entirely in physical memory using standard SQL interfaces.

Features include:
- Supports standard ODBC and JDBC interfaces for applications to connect to the database
- Supports SQL-92 standards
- Supports replication
- Supports indexes
- Applications can be developed using C, C++, or Java.

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TopLink

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Categories: Object-relational mapping, XML,

Latest version: 10.1.3.1.0
Added 2006-11-20

Object-to-relational persistence architecture that provides a mechanism for storing Java objects and Enterprise Java Beans (EJBs) in relational databases and for converting between Java Objects and XML documents (JAXB).

Features include:
- can communicate with any relational database that has a JDBC-compliant driver available such as Oracle, IBM Universal Database, IBM Informix, IBM Cloudscape, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access, and Sybase Adaptive Server. TopLink supports both the JDBC 1.x and 2.0 standards.
- mapping tools are integrated into JDeveloper and also available in the stand-alone TopLink Workbench

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