Perforce Defect Tracking Integration
About This Project
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.
Please see the P4DTI product information page for a more detailed description.
NOTE: The latest Bugzilla release that P4DTI supports is Bugzilla 3.0.8. If using a later version of Bugzilla, please see the Perforce Defect Tracking Gateway  (P4DTG) which supports later releases of Bugzilla.
- readme.txt -- installation instructions
- release-notes.txt -- supported defect trackers and platforms, what's new and what's changed
- p4dti-2.4.5-1.i386.rpm -- Bugzilla integration (Red Hat Linux)
- p4dti-bugzilla-2.4.5.tar.gz -- Bugzilla integration (any Unix)
- p4dti-bugzilla-2.4.5.exe -- Bugzilla integration (Windows 2000)
Full documentation is included with the P4DTI distribution. The documentation is also available here in the Perforce Public Depot for easy browsing.
- P4DTI User's Guide for release 2.4.5
- P4DTI Administrator's Guide for release 2.4.5
- P4DTI Advanced Administrator's Guide for release 2.4.5
The Integration Kit
The P4DTI is open source, and a documented integration kit is available for those who want to adapt the software for their own needs or extend it to do new things. The kit includes sources, design documents, the P4DTI Integrator's Guide, and build procedures.
The P4DTI Integrator's Guide is also available here in the Perforce Public Depot for easy browsing.
The P4DTI was developed between 2000-02 and 2001-03 by Ravenbrook Limited as an open project. All of the project reports, plans, designs, source code, and other documents are visible at the project web site at http://www.ravenbrook.com/project/p4dti/. The product is still maintained there.