JTrac is a generic issue-tracking web-application that can be easily customized by adding custom fields and drop-downs. Features include customizable workflow, field level permissions, e-mail integration, file attachments and a detailed history view.
|Tags||Information Management Issue Tracking Software Development Bug Tracking Quality Assurance Testing|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Translations||Spanish Japanese German French Chinese Russian|
Release Notes: This version uses Apache Wicket 1.3.1 and includes minor feature additions and bugfixes. Translations are now available in: German, Greek, Spanish, Spanish (Argentina), Spanish (Mexico), French, Italian, Japanese, Dutch, Polish, Portugese (Brazil), Russian, Chinese (China), and Chinese (Taiwan).
Release Notes: This release uses Apache Wicket as the Web UI framework. There is an improved user interface look and feel, LDAP/Active Directory authentication support, and other minor improvements and enhancements.
Release Notes: Support for multiple languages was added. Translations were added for (German, French, Italian, Polish, and Dutch). Lots of new features and improvements were added.
Release Notes: Support for anonymous browsing of projects. Cross-reference items, e.g "depends-on" and "duplicate-of". Full text search using Lucene. Numerous other improvements, especially to project setup screens.
Release Notes: This release comes bundled with Jetty and is far easier to evaluate. It requires only a Java 5 JRE to be up and running, especially since an embedded HSQLDB database is used by default. JTrac is built using Spring, Spring WebFlow, Acegi, and Hibernate.