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ken spencer September 2010 Entries
Silverlight 4: Datagrid
I was working on a project this week and needed to setup a hyperlink in in the SL 4 datagrid. It took just a bit of playing and works great. You can take the following code and put it into the <sdk:DataGrid.Columns> entity under the grid. in this case, we are using the Navigation framework in SL. To make this work, i bound CompanyName to the Content property and then set the NavigateUri property by setting a reference to the page (CustomerInfoPage) and fed it the parameters (IdNumber and SomeDate) ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 28, 2010 3:35 PM

Silverlight: New build of the SL 4 tools.

Get the new version of the SL 4 tools:

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?FamilyID=b3deb194-ca86-4fb6-a716-b67c2604a139&displaylang=en

Posted On Wednesday, September 22, 2010 3:53 PM

VS 2010 Reference Issue 2
Working on the same solution as problem 1. This time it was a binary reference to two dlls. The app would build on my system but not on the tfs build server. Well, after lots of playing around i found out that one dll had the correct hintpath to its source in the project references and one did not. Solution: 1: Close VS 2: Open Windows Explorer and find the parent folder of the solution. 3: Search for all Bin and Obj folders in the solution. 4: Delete all of these folders. 5: Reopen VS and go back ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 22, 2010 3:48 PM

VS 2010 Reference Issue 1

This week i hit a couple of problems with VS 2010.

Problem no 1 was with references to other projects in a solution. I had been working away on a solution for weeks when yesterday vs started complaining that a reference was bad in one app. I would reset the ref and the errors would go away until i recompiled and boom they were right back. And this is a C# app by the way.

 

Solution: Close all instances of VS and reload app.

Frustrating!

Posted On Wednesday, September 22, 2010 3:44 PM

Silverlight: Binding to indexed items
One of the cool features with Sl 4 is the ability to bind directly to an indexed item such as a dictionary. For instance, i can set a binding to a custom dependency property in a custom user control to this in XAML where MyDictionary is a .Net dictionary of objects: {MyDictionary[A221], Mode=TwoWay} Now, a word of warning. Its cool in most cases to setup a datacontext to an object that does not have data but is initialized. Works just fine. But you can’t do that here. Why not? After beating my head ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 8, 2010 8:00 PM

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