manqod is a tool for handling any data for which you can write queries. You can design manqod to be a frontend for users to view data in lists and modify data in lists or forms. You can write events to do more than just data management. The whole frontend is built dynamically, and you design it.
G.O.SQL is a Web-based data management tool for Oracle. Currently, it supports 7 schema objects: table, view, index, sequence, function, procedure, and synonym. The project accepts input from user in the prescribed format and generates the required Oracle SQL statement code. It can also be used to help you learn the Oracle SQL language.
pgpool is a connection pool server for PostgreSQL. pgpool runs between PostgreSQL's clients (front ends) and servers (back ends). A PostgreSQL client can connect to pgpool as if it were a standard PostgreSQL server. pgpool caches the connection to a PostgreSQL server to reduce the overhead to establish the connection to it. Also, pgpool can use two PostgreSQL servers for fail over. If the first server goes down, pgpool will automatically switch to the secondary server. Moreover, pgpool supports scheduled switch over.
QDrupal is a module that integrates the Qcodo PHP Framework with Drupal. The QDrupal module simply provides the integration code and requires the user to create their own QForm pages for use within the Drupal framework and page structure. Most Qcodo features are available, including code generation and access to QForms. All Drupal features are available, such as user management and CMS features.
Cubulus is an analytic engine and a slice and dice Web interface on top of a relational database (MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite, and MonetDB at the moment). It caches calculated cells and is able to parse basic MDX queries, with a maximum of two dimensions cross-join on rows and/or on columns. It includes hierarchical charts: the vertical boxes represent hierarchy "on rows", and horizontal boxes represent data sets "on columns" scaled to the "on rows" measure.