This example shows how to send and save an exported report on the PHP server side. First, you need to add the Stimulsoft libraries:
require_once 'vendor/autoload.php';

Next, create handler, apply options to the viewer and enable onEndExportReport event:
$handler = new \Stimulsoft\StiHandler();


$options = new \Stimulsoft\Viewer\StiViewerOptions();
$options->appearance->fullScreenMode = true;

$viewer = new \Stimulsoft\Viewer\StiViewer($options);

$viewer->onEndExportReport = true;

$report = new \Stimulsoft\Report\StiReport();
$viewer->report = $report;

Finally, use onEndExportReport event on the server-side:
$handler->onEndExportReport = function ($args)
	// Getting the file name with the extension.
	$reportName = $args->fileName . '.' . $args->fileExtension;

	// By default, the exported file is saved to the 'reports' folder.
	// You can change this behavior if required.
	file_put_contents('reports/' . $reportName, base64_decode($args->data));

	//return StiResult::success();
	return StiResult::success("The exported report is saved successfully as $reportName");
	//return StiResult::error('An error occurred while exporting the report.');

In the screenshot below you can see the result of the sample code:

Sending an Exported Report to the Server-Side

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