Export JSON response data to Excel in IE9

Our application UI is in ExtJs. We have a UI where we should data in the grid. We want to export data to Excel. We only support IE9. It will be good to just convert the JSON data to excel.  When user click export to excel it should open dialog to either open or save it to Excel.
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Eddie ShipmanAll-around developerCommented:
Based on code from: https://jsfiddle.net/sturtevant/vUnF9/

You can use something like this:
    var json = $.parseJSON($("#json").val());
    var csv = JSON2CSV(json);
    window.open("data:text/csv;charset=utf-8," + escape(csv))

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The code above has the json in a text area with id="json" you may already have it in a variable. If so, then just pass that variable to the JSONCSV() function.

A reminder that this will only send a CSV file, not an XLS or XLSX file.

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