SDFC Dev Console Data Exporter - Chrome Web Store
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Overview

Export data from the Developer Console

Many of the times we feel a requirement to export/copy data from Salesforce Developer Console directly. There can be multiple reasons for this like: 1) User don't have API level access to use Data Exporting tools like Data Loader, Workbench etc. 2) User can be an administrator who is not so aware of such other tools available in market 3) User wants a single click solution to directly export data in CSV from the Developer console itself. This Chrome Extension can help you to achieve this, Once this extension is installed it will be visible on the right side of your address bar, whenever you opens developer console. You just need to click on it and then it will open a popup window for you with all the data in CSV format and you can also click on the "Download CSV" link to directly download it. NOTE: Known Issues- Extension is not working on the new popup window, and currently you need to open the developer console in "New Tab" i.e. by using [Ctrl + Click].

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Michal MjartanMay 16, 2024

I do not understand the comments here about the limit. The Developer console itself has a hard limit of 2000 rows and the extension just creates a csv of whatever is the data you are currently seeing in the console. If you want more data, use workbench or data loader, but for small sets of data it is the perfect way to export your query.

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David PoynterMar 2, 2024

Seems to have a limit of only 2k rows returned? Which is nearly useless with our org size.

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Sum Quod SumFeb 15, 2024

I don't see the extension at all. Per the "NOTE:", I tried clicking on the gear, following by Ctrl+click on "Developer Console", and I also tried clicking on the gear, following by right-clicking on "Developer Console", then selecting "New window" or "New Tab". My version: Chrome is up to date Version 121.0.6167.185 (Official Build) (64-bit)

Details

  • Version
    1.0
  • Updated
    May 8, 2015
  • Offered by
    durgesh dhoot
  • Size
    99.68KiB
  • Languages
    English (United States)
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