EasyQuery

is extremely useful for you .NET application when you need ...
Data filtering example

data filtering UI

Advanced search example

an advanced search form

Ad-hoc reporting example

ad-hoc reporting

... or any other kind of user-friendly query builder in your application.


You can use EasyQuery

  • on different platforms: ASP.NET MVC or WebForms, WPF, Windows Forms, Silverlight;
  • with any database: SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL, Access and others;
  • in any kind of applications and together with other thrid-party tools:
    report builders, charting components, etc.


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Ad-hoc visual query designer for your apps

EasyQuery components will be a useful addition to any application or website that requires some advanced searching and/or filtering functionality.
Unlike other query builders that require users to have some knowledge about relational database concepts, tables, joins, etc., our query builder components allow you to construct a query visually: simply by assembling a phrase in natural language.
EasyQuery supports different query languages (SQL, Entity SQL, Linq, Filter expression) and all popular databases: SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, Access, Postgre SQL, etc.

Available for : ASP.NET| WinForms| Silverlight| WPF| Delphi/VCL

Where to use EasyQuery

Our components will be very useful in almost any application where you need to search for and/or filter some data. For example, EasyQuery allows you to implement:

  • A form for advanced search. Especially for the case when you need to search by many different parameters and in various combinations.
  • A visual filtering panel that allows your users to build filter expressions for some DataSet or GridView in your application.
  • A form which selects data for ad-hoc reporting.
  • Or even a web-application for advanced web-search.

How to start?

What our users say

« We've had very positive comments about your product in our software from our end users since we first implemented it. EasyQuery is truly an extraordinary development! »
Robert S Hedin Charter.NET

Use cases

Query with sub-query

How to build queries with sub-queries using EasyQuery

Aggregate data

From this article you will see how to aggregate (count, sum, etc.) data in your queries.