jWorkSheet is a desktop personal time tracker for your projects. Data are presented in a spreadsheet-like format. The application offers some completed work sheet reports, but you can create your own user reports with XSL transformations.
|Tags||Information Management Issue Tracking Office/Business Scheduling|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows Windows Unix|
|Implementation||Java 5 Ujorm|
|Translations||English Spanish German Czech|
Release Notes: This release adds localization to Russian and Ukrainian, personal data storing on the TERM signal (Windows only), inclusion of the new release of the UJO Framework (0.90, fixing minor incompatibilities), a fix to change the value of Period Total when the private state of a project is changed, and report styling.
Release Notes: This release has multi-language support, including Spanish, German, English, and Czech. It has external module support. All day events are sorted automatically after a change of time value. The original behavior can be set with a user parameter. There is a new detail table report grouped by project. UJO Framework 0.84 is used to speed up reading data from a XML file. The code has been cleaned up.
Release Notes: A look and feel called Nimbus (from Java 6) is supported now, and it is the default look for Linux. The Delete button now calls the Sort action too. Code cleaning was done. Double data saving from a SysTray exit action was fixed.
Release Notes: If the data.xml file is missing or is empty, the application tries to restore a backup and show an info dialog. The first application parameters can specify a data directory (e.g. for portable launching). Sorting the project description is allowed via a click on the table header. UJO Framework release 0.81 is used.
Release Notes: Application launching for JRE 5.0 was fixed. The library UJO Framework has been upgraded to 0.80 . The JavaDoc documentation was improved. The home page was moved.