QuickBugs is used for reporting, tracking and resolving bugs, issues and changes during product development. It saves development and maintenance time by focusing effort on the tasks required to quickly and efficiently complete the project. Bugs are more quickly resolved using a well-defined workflow that can be fully customized by the organization.|
Easy and Powerful
Key attributes include extreme ease-of-use and flexibility, a shared repository accessible to multiple users, multiple projects with assigned responsibilities, configurable access and privileges for users on each project. Virtually everything in QuickBugs is configurable to the organization and specific user needs including data collection fields, workflow, views, queries, reports, security and access control.
Industry Standard XML Storage
QuickBugs is a single executable that implements cooperative clients of a shared repository of XML based files. This eliminates the cost, complexity and overhead of an RDBMS. Given its XML based foundation, all bugs, views, queries, reports and configuration data are completely accessible to third party tools.
Custom Views & Queries
Managers, developers, testers and others involved in the development process can use QuickBugs to enter or retrieve the specific data they need to efficiently perform their jobs. Managers can assign work, estimate personnel workloads, track time required for project completion and determine release dates based on bug detection and resolution statistics.
Developers can efficiently investigate and resolve problems that are categorized, prioritized and sorted to their specific needs. Testers can quickly generate bug reports and verify corrected problems while easily evaluating the efficiency of detection methods for locating new bugs. QuickBugs automatically maintains the workflow, access control and history of each bug as it progresses through its lifecycle.
Quickbugs Linux is tested with the KDE and GNOME desktop on popular Linux distributions including Suse, RedHat and Mandrake Linux. It should also work on most other Linux distributions and desktop environments. The computer should have at least 64 MB RAM and 10 MB hard disk.
5 User Site and Unlimited User Site Licenses are available.
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see the QuickBugs Introduction.