PersonalMan is a java program which records employee information and provides absence management such as calcuting the number of annual leave days an employee has taken per year, managing days-in-lieu acquired through business trips etc. It is designed as a simple free solution for non-profit organisations with a relatively small number of employees. The ideas behind PersonalMan were conceived in 2013 and since then the program has been regularly updated for new Java versions. PersonalMan is an open source project.
In order to prevent multiple edits to the source code simultaneously, this project uses the GIT version control system. The source code is available from here. The Javadoc with class diagrams can be downloaded from here.
You need the Java 8 Runtime Enviroment (or later) installed on your computer. If you are not sure which version of Java you have, run “java -version” from the command prompt (Windows) or from a terminal (Linux/Mac). You can download the latest version of the Java Runtime Environment here.
Windows: Setup File (Download and run this file and follow the onscreen instructions). After installation, you can run PersonalMan from the start menu or the desktop.
Linux/Mac: ZIP File (Download the file to a directory of your choice). Extract the files from this zip into a directory of your choice. After extraction, open a console or terminal and navigate to the folder where you extracted the files to. Once in this directory, run java -jar “personalman-2.1.0.jar”.
Android/iOS: There is no app version of PersonalMan currently available.