Hunter Web Client

  • Query Builder in Internet Explorer 8
    Query Builder in Internet Explorer 8
  • Export Data to Microsoft Excel
    Export Data to Microsoft Excel
  • Export Data to Microsoft Word
    Export Data to Microsoft Word
  • Save Queries for Reuse
    Save Queries for Reuse
  • Share Your Queries with Other Users
    Share Your Queries with Other Users
  • Hunter Custom Extensions - Labels, Charts,...
    Hunter Custom Extensions - Labels, Charts,...
    

Your computer systems have been collecting data for years, perhaps even decades.  But, can you - the end user, get to that data?  Can you use it to make valuable business decisions?  Or....do you have to wait for your data to be put in a data warehouse?  A data mart?

What if you could get to the data directly?

What is the Hunter Web Client?

Hunter Client is an ad-hoc query tool that runs inside of a web browser that allows end users to retrieve data directly.

With Hunter the obstacles between the end user and their data are eliminated.  No waiting for a Crystal Report to be built.  No waiting for a SQL Server Reporting Service Report to be built.  Get your data...now!

How does the Hunter Client accomplish this?

The Hunter Client gets you closer to your data by performing 4 key functions:

  1. A drag and drop query builder that is simple to learn and use.
  2. Protects the end user from the data specifics
  3. Pipes data to destinations that a user is familiar with (Microsoft Excel, etc.)
  4. Protects the user from building "bad" queries

For more information, see Top Reasons to Use the Hunter Client

Features

• Drag & drop user interface • Save queries for re-use
• Share queries with other users • Runs in web browser.  No client installation required.
• Ask User Criteria. Prompts user to change a particular criteria object when query is run. • Supports full web security (SSL, Windows Authentication, etc.)    
• Send data to different destinations including: Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, Web, CSV, Tabbed Text, XML • Date String criteria objects calculate query dates upon run.  Date strings include: Today, Yesterday, Last Month, Last Year, Last 30 Days, etc.
• Can be used against any SQL compliant, ODBC/OLEDB compliant database including: SQL Server, Oracle, Oracle RdB, Microsoft Access, VistaDB, MySQL, DB2, etc. • Criteria prompting supports datatype recognition in order to make it easy for end users to set criteria
• Required Criteria.  Forces an end user to set criteria on 1 or more objects before running a query.  Protects the end user from running a "bad query". • Criteria Lookup.  Configured on certain objects to allow the user to perform a lookup prior to setting criteria.  Great for Codes, Standard Names or Values, etc.