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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For some reason I have to use the cumbersome Pack URI format to access an image file in my assembly. When I use a relative URI I get a System.InvalidOperationException on the following statement: Uri uri = new Uri(ResourcePath, UriKind.Relative);. It works fine when I use the following statement: Uri uri = new Uri("pack://application:,,,/" + ResourcePath);. Here ResourcePath is set to "Resource/Screenshot.png" and "Resource" is directly under my project in the Solution Explorer. Of course the Build Action of the .png file is set to "Resource" or even the Pack URI wouldn't work, which it does. What could be causing this kind of problem?
I looks like I'm doing exactly the same thing you are, but it's not working, so I must be missing something. Here "Resource" is a folder in my Solution Explorer project that contains the .png file. But the absolute path into my project is not being resolved. The Solution Explorer path relative to my project is: Resource/screenshot.png.
In reading the MSDN documentation, it seems to be saying I should preface the path with a slash. But when I do that, it resolves to an absolute path in the Windows file system that winds up in the Debug folder of my project, looking for the file at C:\...\bin\debug\Resource\screenshot.png. None of the MSDN documentation that I'm reading says that should happen!
Everything I'm reading says that absolute pack URI's should be fully exchangeable with relative pack URI's. But I can't get relative pack URI's working no matter what I try. Any ideas what's wrong?