Search Clients

A search client is an interface that a user interacts with to retrieve information from a database. Search interfaces come in several forms. Some tend to be familiar, such as a web search box, desktop search menu, and application search window. Other search interfaces might be cryptic for someone who has not studied computer science. Common examples include, search from a terminal and Boolean search forms.


Supported Platforms

SearchUnify has more than 12 search clients for 8 platforms. Some large platforms, such as Salesforce and Zendesk, have more than one search client. You can view all of them by navigating to Search Clients and then Add New Search Client.


Install a Search Client

Click a platform to view instructions.

 

Glossary

  • Search Client
  • Metadata

Last updatedFriday, November 27, 2020