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Help on finding free project tracking tool

 
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Hi,

Can anyone recommend a free and downloadable project tracking tool that can be deployed in tomcat? We need like an application that can basicly can log development progress. nothing fancy, just to be able to create logs comments for development work similar to forums.

also if there are free and downloadable bug tracking apps that can be deployed in tomcat? somthing similar to bugzilla perhaps?

Thanks in advance,
Joey

 
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Have a look at java-source.net; it lists numerous such tools.
 
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If it *has* to run on a Tomcat have a look at JTrac (http://www.jtrac.info/). Even though I'd prefer Redmine (http://www.redmine.org/) for what it was worth setting up Ruby.
 
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