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Incident Tracking System

vijay kumar
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Does java provides API for Incident Tracking System
William Brogden
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No, but plenty of incident tracking systems built using Java can be found with a simple google search.
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Please take the time to post your questions in the appropriate forum.

As this has nothing to do with Servlets, I've moved it to the Other Java APIs forum.


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vijay kumar
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William ,

I have found lot of tools on the net, like JIRA,websina,vivid. but i am more interested to know about ,to have Remote Incident Tracking by my own
Ulf Dittmer
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As William said, plenty of issue tracking packages are available. Some open source solutions written in Java are listed here. I've heard good things about Scarab.


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Paul Clapham
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I suspect that vijay's point is that he is supposed to write an incident tracking system himself. Am I correct, vijay? You don't exactly say it that way.
 
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