OAMP stands for (O)penBSD + (A)pache + (M)ySQL + (P)ostgreSQL + PHP. It is the OpenBSD cousin of LAMP, except that it also provides the SQlite database engine, Perl, Ruby, and Python. In addition, OAMP provides phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin for easy administration of MySQL and PostgreSQL over the Web.
Elvyx is a tool designed to monitor and profile JDBC activity. This JDBC profiler has a wrapper that intercepts access to the database and sends this information to the elvyx server. The server receives the information, stores the data into a database, and serves this information to the client. The client shows SQL statements, bound SQL statements, elapsed time, elapsed time preparing the statements, and more.
D_store is an alternative database-like storage library. It is very good at tagging, live searching, hierarchies, and any other kind of relationships that your data has. Its primary goal is an enabler for applications with lots of related data to be explored and manipulated by the user, with live search fields, while still remaining fast with lots of items. D_store works like a programatic spreadsheet: there are rows and rows store values in columns (called fields).
jSlovo is a fast database engine with a GUI that was designed for free dictionaries. It can create a file-based database from a text file and then be used to search it for particular words. It can scan any large number of file-based databases and the size of the databases is not limited. HTML tags can be used in the text files and for cross-references.
gwt-hibernate provides the basics to create a web application that uses GWT on the front end and Hibernate on the back end. It provides code generation templates and support classes that allow introspection, data binding, and validation of POJOs in the browser. Data-bound Form and Grid widgets are included.
Oracle client is a simplistic Perl-based Oracle client that tries to mimic some of the functionality of PostgreSQL and MySQL's text-based SQL clients. It is relatively simplistic, but much more useful than dbishell or sqlplus. It supports readline, history, desc, and various shorthand commands like \d, \t, \c, etc.
JdbcTool is a collection of command line utilities for making your life easier when working with Java JDBC databases. Included is jdbctool, an interactive command line tool for executing SQL statements, jdbcdump, which dumps the contents of a database as SQL statements into a file, like mysqldump, and jdbcload, which executes SQL statements from a file (the opposite of jdbcdump).