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Questioncan we have two controls (grid control and a chart control) on the same space/real estate Pin
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Hello folks,

I have a simple .aspx page. I wish I could attach the picture here.

I want to show the data either in Chart control or Gridview control. When the user selects an option to see the data either in chart control or grid view control, that specific control has to show up and other control has to become invisible.

So far, I am able to populate data succcessfully in the chart control. If the user chooses "Grid view" option, how can I show the data in grid view control in the same location. I don't want the gridview control to be shown in a pop up window or any other window.

any suggestions please
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