Enables or disables collapsible (grouped) rows in the exported file.
You can pass the columns through the props of the component. If both the columns prop and the child column components are presented, the columns from props will be used.
The creator of the workbook.
The exported data.
The date on which the workbook is created. The default value is
If set to
rtl, the Excel file will be rendered in the right-to-left mode.
Specifies the name of the file that is exported to Excel. Defaults to
Enables or disables the column filtering in the Excel file.
If set to
true, the content is forwarded to
proxyURL even if the browser supports the saving of files locally.
The exported data groups.
The options of the cells that are inserted before the header cells to align the headers and the column values (when the data is grouped).
If set to true the data will be exported as a tree based on the
level property of each data record.
(event: ExcelExportExportEvent) => void
Triggered after the export is complete.
The options of the cells that are inserted before the data, group, and footer cells to indicate the group hierarchy (when the data is grouped).
The URL of the server-side proxy which will stream the file to the end user. When the browser is not capable of saving files locally—for example, Internet Explorer 9 and earlier, and Safari—a proxy is used. The implementation of the server-side proxy has to be done by you.
The proxy receives a
POST request with the following parameters in the request body:
contentType—The MIME type of the file.
base64—The base-64 encoded file content.
fileName—The file name, as requested by the caller. The proxy is expected to return the decoded file with the Content-Disposition header set to