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Default MaxDataAxisValue programatically

I am showing line chart in crystal report named Report1 in web form. This line chart is design time created one but I am refreshing report in run time.

I was able to get hold of chartobject in Report1 as mentioned below. But I cant see any property to set MaxDataAxisValue and MinDataAxisValue for the line chart programatically.

Report1 rpt=new Report1();
CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.ChartObject objChart;
objChart=(CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.C hartObject) rpt.ReportDefinition.ReportObjects[0];
objChart.Left=10;

I will appreciate for your help regarding this...







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