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    • MVVM - Binding syntax ?

      Hi folks, Software: CSLA 4.1 – Bxf – VS2010 I'm trying to bind my ModelView (CustomerVM.cs) to my View (CustomerView.xaml) without using DesignSource. In the Navigation class (MainMenuViewModel.cs) the view is called by using Bxf : public void LoadLoginPage() { Shell.Instance.ShowView...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by cconte on Mon, Sep 12 2011
    • WPF and theMVVM pattern

      Hi folks, Software: CSLA 4.1 – VS2010 After I have read the CSLA Expert C# 2008 Business Objects, watched CSLA 4 MVVM Video Series and practiced some CSLA with WinForm, I ‘m testing myself to create a small WPF demo in order to understand the basics (MVVM pattern) before starting the serious...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by cconte on Thu, Sep 1 2011
    • PropertyStatus can't update status

      I have a BusinessListBase<MaterialCategorys, MaterialCategory>, in which i add a method as below: public MaterialCategory AddRootNode() { MaterialCategory item= MaterialCategory.NewMaterialCategory(); this.Add(item); return item; } in the child BO, I add the OnUnknownPropertyChanged() [Csla.RunLocal...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by simon on Tue, Aug 30 2011
    • TriggerAction on databound menus

      I have a readonly list of TaskGroups that contains a description and a readonly list of Tasks that also contain a description. I've bound a MenuItem to the list of Task and I'm using HierarchicalDataTemplates to display the TaskGroup Description and Task Description in the menu. So the TaskGroups...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Daniel Morey on Thu, Aug 18 2011
    • Re: Need help shifting from Winforms to WPF/MVVM

      [quote user="Michael"] We're still stuck with .NET 3.5 and CSLA 3.8.3 for now, with VS 2010. How much different is the MVVM approach for 3.8.3? Will the version 4 video series help me? [/quote] It should help, yes. The video series includes content at the end, where I talk about the things...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Tue, Aug 16 2011
    • Re: MVVM UoW Binding and OnModelChanged

      [quote user="Russ"] I have learned the following lessons: 1) Only the root ViewModel is derived from ViewModel<T>. All other child ViewModels are derived from DependecyObject. 2) All business object properties that have associated VMs have either a DependencyProperty or an ObservableCollection<T>...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Russ Blair on Thu, Aug 11 2011
    • Re: MVVM UoW Binding and OnModelChanged

      Hi Rocky, I have modeled my objects as follows: SearchUOW - List Property1 – bound to combobox1 - List Property2 – bound to combobox2 - List Property3 – bound to combobox3 - Search Editable Root Property o Property1 – bound to selected value of combobox1 o Property2 – bound...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Russ Blair on Fri, Aug 5 2011
    • Re: MVVM UoW Binding and OnModelChanged

      Hi Simon, This is a search page. There is no save method.
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by Russ Blair on Thu, Aug 4 2011
    • Need help shifting from Winforms to WPF/MVVM

      Hello, I'm trying to shift from using Winforms/CSLA 3.1.7 to WPF/MVVM using the current CSLA release. I'm having issues on translating my winforms UI approach. The old approach typically had a grid that was bound to a read only list of objects. Once the user selected an item, I would then fetch...
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by reagan123 on Wed, Aug 3 2011
    • Re: Silverlight and Windows authentication - clarification needed

      The ViewModel<T> class is great for building a viewmodel that manages one business object. The main page viewmodel (or presenter) for a typical app will expose/manage numerous objects - MainContent, StatusContent, ErrorContent, MenuContent, etc. So ViewModel<T> isn't terribly useful....
      Posted to CSLA .NET discussion (Forum) by RockfordLhotka on Mon, Aug 1 2011
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