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Stable release
1.5.0 / 18 October 2023; 4 months ago (2023-10-18)
Written inJava and TypeScript
    Operating systemCross-platform
    TypeTime tracking

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    Ptrac is a free web-based self-hosted time tracking software written in Java and Angular.

    Main features:

    • Self-hosted web application
    • The application runs in a Servlet Container such as Tomcat
    • Data is stored in a relational database (MariaDB, MySQL or Postgresql)
    • Definition of users and groups
    • User authentication with LDAP or locally
    • Roles and groups to control the permissions
    • Hierarchical definition of projects
    • Work-calendar definition with holidays and work hours
    • Register of time worked (start and end time)
    • Private individual rich-text (markup) diary
    • Printing of time-sheets/timecards with annotations
    • Reports (Excel and Open Document Format ODF)
    • Export and import between databases
    • Web service API (example Java and Python applications)
    • Easy to install as a Docker container, see the ptrac page on Docker Hub for more details.
    • Acronyms database
    • Free of charge (no ads)

    The application is distributed as a war file and it is also available as a Docker image.


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