Open source database tools for administering and/or executing SQL on a database.
An SQL editor and development tool that allows developers to create, edit, and execute SQL scripts, as well as browse database structures. [Commercial]
An SQL development tool only for InterSystems database Cache that allows explore and manage database objects as well as execute own ad-hoc queries.
A database development and management tool for developers and admins. DB Solo allows you to explore and manage database objects as well as execute ad-hoc queries. It runs on Windows, Solaris and Linux and supports Oracle, MySQL, Sybase and MS SQL Server. [Shareware]
An application to transfer tables and data among heterogeneous relational databases. Written in Java and using JDBC, it is fully database-independent. It should work for any RDBMS with a suitable JDBC driver. [Open Source, GPL]
GUI admin tool for JDBC databases. Allows querying (guided or plain SQL), meta-querying, Java code generation. [Open Source, GPL]
A powerful lightweight reporting and virtual OLAP tool, completely web-based and written in the Java programming language. [Commercial]
An SQL browser tool that works with any JDBC 2.0 or higher driver. [Open Source, MPL]
A visual report designer tool for JasperReports, a popular open-source reporting engine. It is built on top of the Eclipse's plug-in architecture and its main goal is to help create JasperReports report definition files through a simple graphical interface. [Shareware]
A short review of known Java reporting tools.
A JDBC client application written in Java that allow to view the structure of a JDBC compliant database, issuing SQL commands. The GUI is based on JFace and SWT libraries from the Eclipse Project. JFaceDbc can run as a stand-alone application or as an Eclipse plugin. [Open source, LGPL]
A pure Java report writer, creates sophisticated reports, graphs, RTF texts, crosstabs, sub-reports, and drill-down. Access data from JDBC, ODBC or another source with an API. The WYSIWYG designer, server and viewer are also available in Beans. [Commercial]
A generic Web-based database administration system, a rapid templating mechanism, using "templets" (sub-templates) provides an easy mechanism for rendering persistent objects as interface elements. It is fully integrated with Java persistence layer over any JDBC compliant DB.
Creates flexible reports from mySQL databases in any ASCII-based format, like HTML, RTF, TEX, Postscript, VRML... whatever. Just edit a template-file and insert special-coded, even relational SQL-statements. [Open Source, GPL]
"Natural language" interface to databases. Allows simple human language queries, rather than requiring the user to use SQL or fill in forms. [Open Source, Artistic License]
A powerful GUI front end for relational databases. It creates forms on-the-fly through which tables can be queried or updated. [Open source, GPL]
A Java developer tool for dynamically generating reports and web pages from Java applications in formats such as PDF, HTML, Flash, Excel.
An object oriented report writer/generator for applications written in Java. [Commercial]
Reporting tool for java. It can preview , print and export reports to PDF and DHTML. It can retrieve data from databases using JDBC.
A SQL administration and development frontend with a graphical user interface. It is written completely in Java and runs on virtual machines supporting Java 1.3 or higher.
Introspects database schema and generates all the needed java code to access it. No XML, no manual mapping, no complex architecture, no hand coded queries. [Open source, LGPL]
A simple SQL client with profiles of host/user/db combinations. It allows multiple JDBC drivers, browsing databases, as well as query and update. [Open Source, GPL]
Java GUI program that allows viewing the structure of a JDBC compliant database, browse the data in tables, and issue SQL commands. [Open Source, LGPL]
A JasperReports viewer component for SWT/JFace based applications and Eclipse plug-ins. [Open source, LGPL]
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