How to handle WPF datagrid row double click event? I tried with PreviewMouseClick. But it is getting throwed when clicked on header also.
Private Sub dbGrid_PreviewMouseDoubleClick(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs) Handles dbGrid.PreviewMouseDoubleClick
If Not dbGrid.SelectedItem Is Nothing Then
MsgBox(DirectCast(DirectCast(DirectCast(dbGrid.SelectedItem, System.Object), System.Data.DataRowView).Row, System.Data.DataRow).ItemArray(0).ToString)
e.Handled = True
How can I make a "bindable string"? Is there a framework object with a bindable string property which is commonly used for this purpose? May be, one option is to make a wrapper object with a bindable string property (call it, say, BindableString).
Is there a simple/quick solution to "populate DataGrid with primitive values" problem?
Tried with manually defined columns (AutoGenerateColumns=False). Didn't work either. Looking for a good DataGrid tutorial...
I have built a web service pull data off from one application, which in turn links to another application's web service. However, when I look at one of the data types, which happens to be a list object, Visual Studio shows it as an array.
Can someone please advise me how I can use the meta data to correct this to a list object, or if there is another way to correct this?
It returns an array because a web service has nothing to do with Microsoft technologies - they are intended for other platforms as well. This means that you can't return a List return because it's a generic, which isn't allowed in web services. If you really need to use the return type in a generic list, you simply need to add the items in using the following logic:
List<MyObject> list = new List<MyObject>();
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Have you tried setting the VisualEdgeMode property of your DrawingVisuals
to Aliased (or maybe setting RenderOptions.EdgeMode="Aliased" on your RenderTargetBitmap,
something like RenderOptions.SetEdgeMode(renderBitmap, EdgeMode.Aliased); ?
I am trying to develop a desktop application in which I need to save some data locally. There will be images and information related to images in xml. There can be 100’s of images and multiple xml files.
1. How can I save all files (images + xml file) into one DAT file (so to speak)?
2. Could it be possible to save files in different folders inside that DAT file? If yes, how?
3. If I decide to use Access dbf file instead of xml, can it be saved as part of dbf file?
Please advice. Thanks
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