Big Fraction is a Java class that represents an immutable fraction, as held in a numerator and denominator. Calculations may be performed on this fraction, but the value is always held as a numerator/denominator pair. Therefore, no precision is lost. The fraction may be top-heavy, but is reduced when printed. The value can be converted into floats if desired, although precision will invariably be lost, and some large fractions (such as calculations for pi) can not be converted if the values of BigInteger exceed the range capable of floats.
The OpenUDDI project is focused on creating a high performance, easy to use UDDI v3 compliant server and client library. The server and client is built using Java, version 5 for the server and version 1.4 for the client. The server uses Hibernate, and supports a wide variety of SQL databases for data storage.
DBReplicator is a powerful application for network-based multi-master heterogeneous database replication or filtered synchronization. It supports heterogeneous replication, bi-directional data synchronization between any of the supported database backends, application independence, automatic conflict detection and resolution, a scheduling facility, verbose debugging using Apache log4j, special characters, and automatic table creation.
SqlBuilder is a library that attempts to take the pain out of generating SQL queries within Java programs. It wraps the SQL syntax within very lightweight and easy to use Java objects that follow the "builder" paradigm (similar to StringBuilder). This changes many common SQL syntactical, runtime errors into Java compile-time errors.
Location Source is an implementation of Java's Location API (JSR-179). It is intended to give Java applications access to location data on platforms that do not have a JSR-179 implementation of their own. It currently only runs on Windows Mobile using IBM's WebSphere Everyplace Micro Edition (WEME) 6.1.1 bu can easily be extended to run on other platforms. For example, you could use it on any laptop by tying it into SkyHook's Loci API.