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ASP.net addVB.net multiple column names to Y axis of a chart

Posted on 2014-02-06
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In ASP.net what VB.net code would I use to dynamically add a chart and assign multiple  column names to the Y axis Series
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Here is an example of creating a chart in code(though some of it may be specific to Dundas)

http://support2.dundas.com/Default.aspx?article=1180
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Thanks very much
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