Install FusionExport Server

FusionExport server accepts export requests from FusionExport CLI, SDK clients, and browsers. For most practical use cases, we strongly recommend using the SDK clients for your preferred programming language.


Download FusionExport from here. After downloading:

  • Unzip the downloaded package.

  • Open the command-line interface and navigate to the directory containing the unzipped files.


Mac OS X and Linux

In MacOS or Linus based distribution, open the terminal and run the following commands:

$ chmod +x ./fusionexport
$ ./fusionexport

By default, the FusionExport Server starts on localhost, and listens to port 1337.

FusionExport will run mostly on all the Linux distributions. In case you are unable to run it, use our docker image or reach out to our engineering team or support team and we will help you with the integration.


Based on the command-line interface of your choice on Windows machines, follow the instructions either for Powershell or Command Prompt.


Execute the batch file fusionexport.bat:

$ .\fusionexport.bat

Command Prompt

Execute the batch file fusionexport.bat:

$ start fusionexport.bat

By default, the FusionExport Server starts on localhost, and listens to port 1337.

When you download FusionExport for Windows, you will find executables like fusionexport.exe and service.exe. Do not run them by double-clicking on the file icons; instead, execute them using either the Command Prompt or the PowerShell.


Run the following command in the terminal to start the server in docker container:

$ docker-compose up

The above command will complete all the dependencies missing for FusionExport Server. It will start the server and listen to port 1337.

Next Step

After you have installed FusionCharts Server, install FusionExport Server SDK for your preferred programming language from here.