The Perforce Defect Tracking Integration (P4DTI) connects your defect tracking system to Perforce, so that you don't have to switch between them and enter duplicate information about your work. It also links changes made in Perforce with defect tracker issues, making it easy to find out why a change was made, find the work that was done to resolve an issue, or generate reports relating issues to files or codelines.
Documentationhttp://public.perforce.com/public/perforce/p4dti/release/2.4.5/readme.txt and http://public.perforce.com/public/perforce/p4dti/release/2.4.5/ug/index.html and http://public.perforce.com/public/perforce/p4dti/release/2.4.5/ag/index.html
released on 8 May 2009
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