Need help in export/import

Hello All,
I need help in export/import of an  internal table (based on deep structure) to/from desktop either in excel or XML file.
I have an int table which has to be sent to desktop either in xls or xml file and then import back to an internal table(with deep structure).
Ex :
Int table is based on structure.
Structure has fields
as
f1 -
f2 -
f3 - table type
Your help will be appreciated.

Hi Nishant,
Please put your question in below mention forum.
SAP Business One SDK
Thanks
Mohammad Imran

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