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if the purpose is simply to export a table in a coach, use the "Data Export" control in BPM UI Toolkit.

If the task is more complex, such as to fill in a predefined excel template, use java integration, write the excel export logic in java, then build it as a jar, upload to BPM for using in a java integration module.
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I used Apache poi to create excel and then use java integration to make it available in bpm
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Can you tell me more details about this way of creating excel?

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