This is again a small JMS configuration stuff we have to do in JBoss 5. There is considerable difference in doing it in JBoss 5 compared to JBoss 4 and don’t expect our old configuration to work well with JBoss 5 without any change. In JBoss 5 they are using JBoss Messaging in place of JBoss MQ. You can read a detailed post on migrating from JBoss 4 to JBoss 5 here. ·
bnd is the Swiss army knife of OSGi, it is used for creating and working with OSGi bundles. Its primary goal is take the pain out of developing bundles. With OSGi you are forced to provide additional metadata in the JAR's manifest to verify the consistency of your "class path". This metadata must be closely aligned with the class files in the bundle and the policies that a company has about versioning. Maintaining this metdata is an error prone chore because many aspects are redundant. ·
FeatureMapper is a tool approach to combine Software Product Line Engineering (SPLE) and Model-Driven Software Development.
It supports mapping features from feature models to solution artefacts expressed in EMF/Ecore-based languages (such as UML2 or your home-made domain-specific language), provides various visualisations of these mappings, allows for mapping-based transformation of solution models, and provides an extensible interface to utilise different transformation techniques.
In addition to its own feature metamodel, it also supports feature models and variant models of pure::variants, an industrial-strength tool for variant management.
FeatureMapper is under development at the Software Technology Group of Technische Universität Dresden, partly in the context of the BMBF-funded feasiPLe research project. ·
JaMoPP is a set of Eclipse plug-ins that can be used to parse Java source code into EMF-based models and vice versa. JaMoPP consists of:
a complete Java5 Ecore Metamodel,
a complete Java5 EMFText Syntax, and
an implementation of Java5's static semantics analysis.
Through JaMoPP, every Java program can be processed as any other EMF model. JaMoPP therefore bridges the gap between modelling and Java programming. It enables the application of arbitrary EMF-based tools on full Java programs. Since JaMoPP is developed through metamodelling and code generation, extending Java and embedding Java into other modelling languages, using standard metamodeling techniques and tools, is now possible. To ensure the quality of JaMoPP, it has been successfully tested on a large code base. ·
The SKOS API is a Java interface and implementation for the W3C Simple Knowledge Organisation System SKOS. For more information about SKOS see here. An implementation of the SKOS API is provided which uses the OWL 2 API, at present you will need to obtain the OWL API seperately from the OWL 2 website. [UPDATE 12-09-2011] The current release of the SKOS API has been deprecated, a new version_3 developer branch is available in the SVN repository that works with the latest OWL API v3.
For more information please contact the user group at firstname.lastname@example.org
The SKOS API is open source and is available under the LGPL License
The SKOS API includes the following components:
An API for the major SKOS constructs and an efficient in-memory reference implementation based on the OWL 2 API
Abstract data model for working for SKOS that avoids commitment to any of the concrete syntaxes, such as RDF
RDF/XML parser and writer
OWL/XML parser and writer
OWL Functional Syntax parser and writer
Turtle parser and writer
Support for extending the underlying SKOS data model via the OWL 2 API
Support for integration with reasoners such as Pellet and FaCT++
Range of convenience methods for working with SKOS ·
ThManager is an Open Source Tool for creating and visualizing SKOS RDF vocabularies, a W3C initiative for the representation of knowledge organization systems such as thesauri, classification schemes, subject heading lists, taxonomies, and other types of controlled vocabulary. ThManager facilitates the management of thesauri and other types of controlled vocabularies, such as taxonomies or classification schemes. The tool has been implemented in Java and has the following features:
Multi-platform (Windows, Unix). As it has been developed in Java and the storage of metadata records is managed directly through the file system, the application can be deployed in any platform with the minimum requirement of having installed a Java virtual machine.
Multilingual. The application has been developed following the Java internationalization methodology. Nowadays, there are Spanish and English versions. With little effort, other languages could be supported.
Selection and filtering of the thesauri stored in the local repository.
Description of thesauri by means of metadata in compliance with a Dublin Core based application profile for thesaurus (See application profile) . These metadata can be either visualized in HTML or edited through a form.
Visualization of thesaurus concepts. The visualization interface includes the following widgets:
Alphabetic viewer: It provides the list of thesaurus concepts alphabetically ordered in the selected language.
Hierarchical viewer: It provides a tree showing the hierarchical structure of thesaurus concepts.
Concept viewer: For a selected concept it shows all the properties allowing additionally the navigation to the related concepts by means of hyperlinks.
Search tool: It facilitates search of concepts. The searching process is based on preferred labels allowing the following criteria: "equals", "starts with" and "contains".
Edition of thesaurus content. The tool provides an edition interface to modify the content of a thesaurus: creation of concepts, deletion of concepts, and update of concept properties.
Exchange of thesauri according to SKOS format. The export operation includes the export of thesaurus metadata.
Extraction of related concepts in WordNet. It generates an automatic mapping of thesaurus concepts against the concepts of Wordnet lexical database.
On-line help by means of PDF visualization. ·
Ganymed SSH-2: Java based SSH-2 Protocol Implementation
The Ganymed SSH-2 library allows one to connect to SSH servers from within Java programs. It supports SSH sessions (remote command execution and shell access), local and remote port forwarding, local stream forwarding, X11 forwarding, SCP and SFTP. There are no dependencies on any JCE provider, as all crypto functionality is included.
Ganymed SSH-2 for Java is the de-facto standard for open source based SSH communication in Java software. The library is used in many industrial products but also in open source software, e.g., in the widely used SVN plugin for Eclipse and in Cyberduck (a popular SFTP client for the Mac).
Originally, Ganymed SSH-2 for Java was developed by Dr. Christian Plattner for the Ganymed replication project at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, back in 2005. In the meantime, its clearly structured code has been ported by different people to other languages as well. Confusingly, there are also Java branches with slightly different names. However, Ganymed SSH-2 for Java is the original implementation with a stable interface that is backwards compatible to the first implementation written in 2005 (!). ·
Netty is a NIO client server framework which enables quick and easy development of network applications such as protocol servers and clients. It greatly simplifies and streamlines network programming such as TCP and UDP socket server.
'Quick and easy' doesn't mean that a resulting application will suffer from a maintainability or a performance issue. Netty has been designed carefully with the experiences earned from the implementation of a lot of protocols such as FTP, SMTP, HTTP, and various binary and text-based legacy protocols. As a result, Netty has succeeded to find a way to achieve ease of development, performance, stability, and flexibility without a compromise. ·
Apache ESME (Enterprise Social Messaging Environment) is a secure and highly scalable microsharing and micromessaging platform that allows people to discover and meet one another and get controlled access to other sources of information.
You can hardly turn a web page these days without seeing a story that describes how people are using social networks, whether it is Twitter, Facebook or some other service to develop and build their personal communities.
When solving problems, how useful might it be if a user was able to tap into the collective knowledge of her peers or surrounding groups of people with whom she might naturally network in the workplace setting? How much quicker and with greater precision might she be able to solve daily problems? What if there was a communications mechanism that takes the best of what services like Twitter offers and co-mingled that with readily recognizable business processes? That solution is Apache ESME. ·
SNMP4J - The Object Oriented SNMP API for Java Managers and Agents
SNMP4J is an enterprise class free open source and state-of-the-art SNMP implementation for Java™ 2SE 1.4 or later. SNMP4J supports command generation (managers) as well as command responding (agents). Its clean object oriented design is inspired by SNMP++, which is a well-known SNMPv1/v2c/v3 API for C++ (see http://www.agentpp.com).
The SNMP4J Java SNMP API provides the following features:
SNMPv3 with MD5 and SHA authentication and DES, 3DES, AES 128, AES 192, and AES 256 privacy.
Pluggable Message Processing Models with implementations for MPv1, MPv2c, and MPv3
All PDU types.
Pluggable transport mappings. UDP, TCP, and TLS are supported out-of-the-box.
Pluggable timeout model.
Synchronous and asynchronous requests.
Command generator as well as command responder support.
Free open source with the Apache license model
Java™ 1.4.1 or later (1.6 for version 2.0 or later)
Logging based on Log4J
Row-based efficient asynchronous table retrieval with GETBULK.
The SNMP4J-Agent pure Java SNMP agent API adds command responder including notification originator and proxy forwarder support to the SNMP4J core API and comes with:
Implementations for SNMP-TARGET-MIB, SNMP-NOTIFICATION-MIB, SNMP-PROXY-MIB, SNMP-FRAMEWORK-MIB, SNMPv2-MIB, SNMP-COMMUNITY-MIB, SNMP-USER-BASED-SM-MIB, SNMP-VIEW-BASED-ACM-MIB, NOTIFICATION_LOG-MIB, and SNMP-MPD-MIB, SNMP4J-PROXY-MIB, SNMP-TLS-TM-MIB, SNMP-TSM-MIB.
SNMPv1,v2c,v3 multi-lingual agent support, including MD5 and SHA authentication as well as DES, 3DES and AES(128, 192, 256) privacy.
IPv4/IPv6 UDP, TCP, and TLS support.
Code generation from MIB specifications is provided through AgenPro 3 which is a language and API independent template based code generator with round-trip generation facilities.
The SNMP4J-AgentX pure Java AgentX API adds support for the AgentX 1.0 master and subagent protocol as defined by RFC 2741 and 2742. SNMP4J-AgentX extends SNMP4J-Agent by:
Full AgentX 1.0 protocol support, including contexts, shared tables, index allocation, ping PDUs, connection timeout handling, etc.
Implementation of the AGENTX-MIB for the master agent.
TCP transport mapping for the AgentX protocol.
Code generation from MIB specifications is provided through AgenPro 3 which is a language and API independent template based code generator with round-trip generation facilities (see also SNMP4J-Agent).
The SNMP4J-AgentJMX pure Java 1.5 API adds support easy descriptive mapping from JMX MBean instrumentation to SNMP scalars, tables, and notifications.
New in SNMP4J(-Agent) 2.0:
Transport Security Model (TSM) including Transport Layer Security Transport Mapping (TLSTM) as defined by RFC 5343, 5590, 5591, 5953.
Java™ SE 1.6 or later, including Generics and System.nanoTime() support. ·
Puggle is an open-source desktop search engine written exclusively in Java. It provides full text and metadata search over files, folders, music, photos, web pages and more that are stored locally on your computer. ·
jpatchwatch is a Java library for monitoring directories for changes. It uses the host platform’s native OS functions to achieve this to avoid polling.
The following events on a directory can be monitored:
File creation and deletion
Changes in subdirectories* (recursive monitoring)
Invalidation (a watched directory becomes unavailable)
(*) selected platforms only, see Features.
Currently the following platforms are supported natively:
Windows (Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 32bit/64bit)
Linux (x86, 32bit/64bit)
Mac OS X
(x86, 32bit/64bit, tested on 10.5)
(PPC, tested on 10.4)
FreeBSD (x86, 32bit)
Minimum required Java Platform:
Because jpathwatch’s native libraries are packaged within its JAR file, there is no setup required that’s common to most Java libraries leveraging native code. It works just like any other pure Java library: Drop it into your IDE, and it just works. For this reason, jpathwatch can also be easily integrated into Java WebStart applications.
jpathwatch is open source under the GNU General Public License with Classpath Exception.
jpathwatch is maintained and developed by Uwe Pachler. ·
Eclipse Icon Archive Tool
The Eclipse Icon Archive Tool allows an Eclipse user to browse and export icons from the Eclipse Project. Download the plug-in and place it into the Eclipse plug-in directory. The plug-in and documentation is available on the download page. ·
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