Apex 3.0: export a report as .csv file without any Enclosed By character?

In Apex "Report Attributes page/Report Export" is possible to define the Enclosed By field.
The default Enclosed By by characters are a double quotation marks (" ").
Is there a way to export the report as .csv file without any Enclosed By character?
Example line format:
a) using default Enclosed By
"value1";"value2";"value3"
b) using ('') as Enclosed By
'value1';'value2';'value3'
c) using blank space as Enclosed By
value1 ; value2 ; value
d) without any Enclosed By character
value1;value2;value3
What can we do in Apex to export a report as .csv file with the line format example d)?
Thanks for your help.

Hi,
There is no Out of the box feature in Apex to achieve this functionality. But what you can do is write a page process to generate the CSV that you want.
For this what I will do is on the first page where you press the Button it will call a PL/SQL page process which actually generates the csv. You can keep the existing report only for display purposes. Find the below process which generate the csv that you require.
begin
-- Set the MIME type
owa_util.mime_header( 'application/octet', FALSE );
-- Set the name of the file
htp.p('Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="filename.csv"');
-- Close the HTTP Header
owa_util.http_header_close;
htp.prn('columnHeader1,ColumnHeader2,ColumnHeader3'||chr(13));
-- Loop through all rows
for x in (
Select column1,column2,column3 from table;
loop
-- Print out a portion of a row,
-- separated by commas and ended by a CR
htp.prn(x."column1"||','||x."column2"||','||x."column3"||chr(13));
end loop;
-- Send an error code so that the
-- rest of the HTML does not render
htmldb_application.g_unrecoverable_error := true; --You can leave out this line if you still want to display the existing HTML report.
end;
This will show a download box, so you can download the csv file. The page process should be called before header and the condition should be the button press.

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