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Asp.net Radar chart. Show lines instead of filled area

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Hi,

I am using the asp.net radar chart and I am trying to get it to show with just lines rather than filled area.

please let me know how to show line instead of filled area..

Thanks in advance....
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milindsaraswala earned 500 total points
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Do like this
Chart1.Series[0]["RadarDrawingStyle"] = "Line";
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Thanks... Its working fine...
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