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SSRS error in Axis object

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Axis object – Auto interval error due to invalid point values or axis minimum/maximum.

I'm getting the above error on my  graphs. Can anyone suggest to fix this

thanks
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by:Koen Van Wielink
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Some more info would be helpful. Can you post the RDL file?
By the sound of it you have an incorrect setting or formula which determines your axis upper and lower bounds.
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thanks, it sort out automatically
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