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How to send additional parameters to export method in Spreadsheet

Platform: jQuery |
Control: ejSpreadSheet |
Published Date: February 15, 2018 |
Last Revised Date: May 22, 2019


This knowledge base explains how to send additional parameters to export method in Spreadsheet.


It can be achieved by using “customParams” property in “onExport” client-side event.




<div id="Spreadsheet"></div>




    exportSettings: {
        excelUrl: "Spreadsheet/ExcelExport",
    onExport: "onExport"



public void ExcelExport()
    string sheetModel = HttpContext.Current.Request.Params["sheetModel"], sheetData = HttpContext.Current.Request.Params["sheetData"], myData = HttpContext.Current.Request.Params["myData"];
    Spreadsheet.Save(sheetModel, sheetData, "Sample", ExportFormat.XLSX, ExcelVersion.Excel2013);




    .ExportSettings(export =>
    events => events.OnExport("onExport")



public void ExcelExport(string sheetModel, string sheetData, string myData)
    Spreadsheet.Save(sheetModel, sheetData, "Sample", ExportFormat.XLSX, ExcelVersion.Excel2013);




<ej:spreadsheet id="Spreadsheet" onserverexcelexporting="Spreadsheet_ServerExcelExporting" runat="server">
    <ClientSideEvents OnExport="onExport" />




protected void Spreadsheet_ServerExcelExporting(object sender, Syncfusion.JavaScript.Web.SpreadsheetEventArgs e)
    var args = e.Arguments;
    string sheetModel = args["sheetModel"].ToString();
    string sheetData = args["sheetData"].ToString();
    string myData = args["myData"].ToString();
    Spreadsheet.Save(sheetModel, sheetData, "Sample", ExportFormat.XLSX, ExcelVersion.Excel2013);



function onExport(args) {
    //customParams property is used for sending additional parameters to server.
    args.customParams = { myData: "Spreadsheet" };


You can refer the below documentation,



spreadsheet parameters sample preview

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