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what is a good project management with team collaboration for Java platform?

 
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Hi friends.
is there any good project management and team collaboration software available which its features is more specialized for j2ee developing ?
something near to RUP process ?

thank you.
 
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You meant the free one or something that cost $$$$$? Is that for a small team or large one?

For a free one:
GantProject: http://ganttproject.sourceforge.net/
XPlanner: http://www.xplanner.org/
Tutos: http://www.tutos.org
Open XChange: http://mirror.open-xchange.org/ox/EN/community/
 
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"team collaboration software" is an oxymoron - you don't let a team collaborate by putting software between the members, but by sitting them side by side and having them communicate face to face.

In the same vein, software doesn't manage projects. Software can help you gather some data, but the most important data doesn't help you in a database or even on a website - it needs to be in the heads of the team members and (to get it there) on the walls of the project room as Big Visible Charts. Managing the project than comes down to help the team interpreting the data and to make intelligent decisions about it (and to decide which data is important to track).
 
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