DBXTalk is a suite of tools that includes different tools and performs different tasks:
It is a database driver that wraps the C library OpenDBXO (http://www.linuxnetworks.de/doc/index.php/OpenDBX). This allows users to perform relational database operations (DDL, DML and SQL) through an open source library. This subset of DBXTalk was formerly known as SqueakDBX.
Glorp name stands for "Generic Lightweight Object-Relational Persistence". It is an open-source object-relational mapping layer for Smalltalk. Glorp is mainly developed in VisualWorks Smalltalk.
Part of the work of the DBXTalk project is to port VisualWorks Glorp to Pharo and also perform some changes to make it work with different database drivers such us OpenDBXDriver.
The “glue” (Glorp database driver) between Glorp and OpenDBXDriver. This way users can use Glorp with OpenDBXDriver as the database driver.
The god ruling DBXTalk. Its minions let us perform several operations over a database.
It provides Scaffolding tools to generate
Currently working with Oracle, MySql and PostgreSql
As Phoseydon reflex, he lets us browse a database and call Phoseydon minions.
It conforms an UI for DBXTalk allowing query the database, visualize the results and structure or metadata of a database. It also works as the UI for Phoseydon tools.