Programatically download from website

Please see
Search for “Display data” tab by scrolling down in left hand side.
Click on “Show table columns” click on Update.
Scroll down and click on “Export to CSV”
File will be downloaded as “export.csv” name.

Using a batch file or C# with Visual Studio 2010, is it possible to do this programmatically?
I would like to avoid having to download any tools as this will go onto a production server.
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kaufmed   ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)*whispers*  I C# people.Commented:
You may be able to do this, but most of that interaction is done via Javascript. This means you would have to recreate what the Javascript is doing. This can be easy or difficult, and that depends entirely on how the JS was written.
AlHal2Author Commented:
How do I find out how the Javascript was written?

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