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how to use export in display tag. to export to a CSV

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Hi Experts,
Can you help out regarding how to used export in display tag.

RIght now I am using <display:table export ="true"/>
it is only taking me to a new page without exporting any data.
Can you tell how to configure export filter inorder to make this work itout.

Thanks,
Ganne
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Check this

http://displaytag.sourceforge.net/10/export.html

Basically you need to have a displaytag.properties  file in your classpath. As you want to export CSV, you need not do naything else as it is supported by default.
Still, check whether you have csv in the export.types, i.e export.types=csv excel xml

See the exporting section here :
http://displaytag.sourceforge.net/10/configuration.html

In the properties file, you need to set
export.csv=true

This will enable an option to export as csv
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how to access this property from jsp page.
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Hi, his original question had been answered correctly. There is no reason for refund. Points should be awarded as the original answer is correct and to the point
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And noone bothered to say a thing to the ping :) I would agree that the answers are ok but when the CV asked if someone is interested in the points, I do not see any raised hands....

Technically the points should go to mayankeagle, I agree.
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split with me
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Split.
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