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Software Engineering Environment(SEE) is a general frame to customize and manage information. The default information set is the data for software development. Users can manage tables like Problem Reports, Change Requests, Working Log and Plans, Testing Cases, etc.
It is written in servlet and data are saved in XML.
Any data structures can be added and customized.

>The project was developed 11 years ago, and please forgive the author for her poor English in the documents. :P <-- 2015.3

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