System properties for display value and header

Use system properties to export the display value or raw value of fields and the field label or field name for headers.

System properties control the output for the CSV, Excel, JSON, and XLSX file formats. System properties define default behavior if overrides such as query parameters are not specified. System properties apply to exported files downloaded with URL parameters, exported from list view, or generated by export sets.

The following table describes each of the system properties that control display values and headers.
Format Property Default Value
CSV glide.export.csv.raw.value false
glide.export.csv.column_header_label false
Excel glide.export.excel.display_value true
glide.export.excel.column_header_label true
JSON glide.json.return_displayValue false
XLSX glide.export.xlsx.display_value true
glide.export.xlsx.column_header_label true

CSV

Example:
glide.export.csv.raw.value = false (default)
glide.export.csv.column_header_label = false (default)

Example:
glide.export.csv.raw.value = true
glide.export.csv.column_header_label = true

Excel

Example:
glide.export.excel.display_value = true (default)
glide.export.excel.column_header_label = true (default)

Example:
glide.export.excel.display_value = false
glide.export.excel.column_header_label = false

JSON

Example:
glide.json.return_displayValue = false (default)

Example:
glide.json.return_displayValue = true

XLSX

Example:
glide.export.xlsx.display_value = true (default)
glide.export.xlsx.column_header_label = true (default)

Example:
glide.export.xlsx.display_value = false
glide.export.xlsx.column_header_label = false