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How do I export a GridView to Excel and keep FilterExpression?

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I am exporting a GridView to Excel. I am also applying Filter Expressions to the GridView so that users can cut down the 800+ records in the GridView to the ones they are interested in.

But when I export, all 800+ records are exported, not just the ones currently filtered into the GridView.

How can I export the records with the filter in effect so that they user gets a file containing only those records that pass the filter and are displayed in the GridView?

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I figured it out... the GridView was loosing its FilterExpression on each page load (column sort, page turn, export linkButton_OnClick, etc). Clicking the export button was actually causing the GridView to loose the filter during the PostBack so it wasn't in effect when the export handler fired off.

I needed to store the FilterExpression in a session variable and reset the gridView's FilterExpression in Page_Load on PostBacks. With the filter now surviving the PostBack, the expect number of records were exported.

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