Anyway, I am encountering a strange behaviour and I just can’t get why it is happening. This is my scenario: I have two datagrid, both data bounded, with the second one bounded to the selected item of the first one.
The WPF DataGrid has this feature; however, it is only displayed if the Validation.HasError attached property is true for the row. In order to enable this, we add a dummy validation rule to the grid as follows
Adding new rows to WPF DataGrid requires a trick. DataGrid relies on property fields of an item object. ExpandoObject enables to add new properties dynamically.
In order to accomplish this, the view contains a WPF DataGrid whose ItemsSource is a BindingList<Entity>, and my Entity class implements
In this article I will describe two options to implement validation on the cells and rows of a WPF DataGrid.
• Add a new row to DataGrid at runtime (WPF). • How can I disable editing cells in a WPF Datagrid?
This article is a part 1 of my WPF DataGrid series. In this part, you will learn how to create a DataGrid using XAML and C# and set its properties.
A very common usage scenario when using a DataGrid control is the ability to show details about each row, typically right below the row itself. The WPF DataGrid control supports this very well, and fortunately it's also very easy to use.
The WPF DataGrid is a very flexible tool, however in its current state certain simple tasks can prove to be rather tricky. A fairly common task when working with DataGrid is detecting which row, or cell a user has clicked on, or whether they clicked a column header.
I want to add an event to WPF that fires whenevr the user moves to another row or adds a new row in the DataGrid. How do I do that?