The PivotGrid control extends the FlexGrid, so you can export its contents to XLSX files in the same way you would export regular FlexGrid controls.

We'll create a client-side JavaScript function to build the XLSX file you want. You have complete control of the output. For example, you may add sheets containing the current view, any pre-defined views, and the raw data. Here’s an example:


 function exportToXlsx() {
        // create book with current view
        var book = wijmo.grid.xlsx.FlexGridXlsxConverter.save(thePivotGrid, {
            includeColumnHeaders: true,
            includeRowHeaders: true
        });
        book.sheets[0].name = 'Main View';
        // add sheet with raw data
        if (theRawGrid.rows.length <= 20000) {
            var raw = wijmo.grid.xlsx.FlexGridXlsxConverter.save(theRawGrid, {
                includeColumnHeaders: true,
                includeRowHeaders: false
            });
            raw.sheets[0].name = 'Raw Data';
            book.sheets.push(raw.sheets[0]);
        }
        // save book
        book.save('olap.xlsx');
    }

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