gPM (generic Process Management) is a generic TOPCASED tool for business process management that can also be used for bug or issue tracking and for other almost any document-based process. gPM is composed of a server and several clients are available (Web-based, Eclipse Mylyn connector, Eclipse rich client). As gPM is a generic tool, it needs to be instantiated for each business process you want to support. Defining a business process consists of providing the product types, sheet types, sheet link types, and the life cycle of each sheet type. gPM configuration also includes roles and access controls, sheet type life cycles, dictionaries and translations, functional extension points, filters, and more. gPM has already been successfully instantiated for both simple development processes (like Mantis or Bugzilla) and complex industrial processes, like in the aerospace domain.
|Tags||Software Development Bug Tracking Issue Tracking Quality Assurance|
|Operating Systems||Linux Solaris Windows|
|Implementation||Struts Java GWT jBPM SQL Eclipse|
Release Notes: This is mainly a maintenance release. It includes almost 50 bugfixes (see the changelog) and a few improvements, including the ability to execute a filter with a constraint on empty string fields, a new display hint to choose a field as a tree, and improved display and loading of links.
Release Notes: The gPM GUI has been switched to GWT.
Release Notes: This release includes new Web services and a new performance analyzer. The process for modifying the CSS theme has also been modified.
Release Notes: Import and export were updated. Web services were updated. The filter screen is updated on an extended action result. A security bug when an import contains sheets on several products has been fixed. It's now possible to define mandatory sub-fields on an input data. A sheet can be updated using import service without specifying its identifier. The value of a real field can be cleared without raising an exception. The problem on attached file names during import has been fixed.