To export all records from a grid to an xlsx file, you need to ensure that you are fetching all the records from your data source and not just limiting it to the first 100 rows. Once you have all the data in your grid, you can use a library like xlsx to create and export the xlsx file.

Assuming you are using JavaScript with a library like xlsx to export the data, here's a general outline of the steps you can follow:

  1. Fetch all the data from your data source (e.g., API, database) and store it in an array or object.

  2. Use the xlsx library or a related library (e.g., exceljs, SheetJS) to create a new workbook and worksheet.

  3. Populate the worksheet with your data.

  4. Export the workbook to an xlsx file and provide it for download.

Here's a basic example using the xlsx library:

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// Assuming you have your data in an array called "data" const data = [ { id: 1, name: 'John Doe', age: 30 }, { id: 2, name: 'Jane Smith', age: 25 }, // Add more data here ]; // Import the xlsx library const XLSX = require('xlsx'); // Create a new workbook and worksheet const workbook = XLSX.utils.book_new(); const worksheet = XLSX.utils.json_to_sheet(data); // Add the worksheet to the workbook XLSX.utils.book_append_sheet(workbook, worksheet, 'Sheet1'); // Export the workbook to an xlsx file const filename = 'exported_data.xlsx'; XLSX.writeFile(workbook, filename);

Keep in mind that the above example assumes you have already fetched all the data from your data source and stored it in the data array. If your grid is paginated or you are using lazy loading, you may need to fetch all the data across multiple API calls and combine them before exporting.

Make sure to adjust the code according to your specific grid implementation and data source. The key is to ensure you have all the data you want to export before creating the xlsx file.

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