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  • #1997
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    Hello opensourcetesting community. I ran across your site today and must say it looks quite nice.

    I have been looking around for an open source bug tracking program and would like to hear what everyone thought was the best.

    The system needs to be able to track multiple projects for different customers. I would be nice if we could customize the interface for each project to brand it for the client.

    I would also perfer that it is written in PHP, but thats not a deal breaker.

    I checked out Trac, and loved the WIKI integration, but I dont really want to go with a Python based system. Is there any PHP system that closely resembles Trac?

    Any advice you can offer would be great.

    Thanks,
    Ryan

    #1998
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    oisusan
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    Hi Ryan

    I was looking into similar tools a few moths ago and came across Issue Tracker on the ASP.Net website (in samples). There are currently 2 versions one in ASP.Net and one in VB.Net and both use either a SQL or Access back end. It is fully customisable and allows you to set up multiple projects on one database, assign users to projects, assign issues between users etc.

    It has definately worked for us so may be worth taking a look at :D

    Cheers

    Susan

    #1999
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    Admin
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    Thanks, I will take a look into that one.

    #2000
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    fmancardi
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    use mantis or eventum

    #2001
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    shalperin
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    bugzilla

    #2002
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    My preference, at the moment, is JTRAC. Its not yet in production but its getting very close.

    It allows more configuration that most and is simple to use and set up.

    The other one that interests me is BugTracker.NET but I am yet to try it out in anger.

    Enjoy!

    PompeyDan

    #2003
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    my vote goes to mantis

    #2004
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    pvsimha
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    In Open Source…. we can get Mantis…..
    Bugzilla

    if you wanna Buy go for Test Directory

    These tools are the best in the Market….

    #2005
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    skibumm101
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    Mantis

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