Pull Reports ™ makes the data in your relational database available as a queriable web service.
Move data to the places and people that need it most.
If your data are spatial, use Pull Reports ™ to export your report to KML or GeoJSON for visualization in Google Earth ™, your own web mapper, or the embedded Pull Reports ™ mapper.
Your data are in a database
Users cannot access it and they need to be a programmer to query it.
Your data are complicated
Data graphs can be large and difficult to understand.
You cannot see it on a map
You have tabular and spatial data, but it is difficult to query and visualize.
Your data, on the web
With Pull Reports™, your data are accessible on the web in canned reports, data services and an easy to use ad hoc report creator
Your data become directional
Pull Reports™ orders your data into directional schemas which originate from one type of data and flow into related information.
Add data, add filters
Use the Pull Reports™ ad hoc report creator to join additional information, add filters, sort, and more!
Export your data
Download your data, send it to a colleague as a URL, or embed Pull Reports™ data services in another product.
Pull Reports™ combines your location data with related information and exports it via the mappable KML and GeoJSON protocols.
Pull Reports™ friendly license policy supports unlimited users, unlimited number of redundant service nodes, and four levels of report data service: 5, 10, 50, and unlimited.
Redundant service nodes are installations of the Pull Reports™ JAR file within one or more JEE application server(s) serving identical Pull Reports™ XML catalog files.
One report data service corresponds to one
<report> configuration element in a Pull Report™ XML catalog file.
You may read more about the Pull Reports™ terms of service in our license policy.