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This sample demonstrates "How to export the whole DataGrid into an Excel file".
If you are looking for an easy way to export your
DataGrid into an Excel file, then you have the solution now.
HTML encode an entire
DataGrid. The code iterates through each cell in the table row, ensuring that all the text being displayed is HTML encoded, irrespective of whether they are just plain text, buttons, hyperlinks, multiple controls etc.
Include this code in your application/project and use it anywhere you want. This code takes just one parameter, the
DataGrid object itself. Here is a sample calling code to use this code:
private void ExportLinkButton_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
string strTitle = “put the grid title here”;
new DataGridExcelExporter(this.YourGridName , this.Page).Export(strTitle);
strTitle is the title of the
DataGridExcelExporter is the name of main class.
this.YourGridName is the
this.Page is the current
All you need to pass is your
DataGrid object and a sweet title for the grid, and rest is taken care by this code. After all, take a look at the code, it's pretty self explanatory.
Pre-requisite: Microsoft Excel 97 or above should be installed on the client machine in order to make this function work.