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Yes it is.

One thing I forgot was the Owner window. So I added an overload.

public static DialogResultEx ShowDialog<TViewModelType>(TViewModelType viewModel) where TViewModelType : _DialogBaseViewModel
{
    Type dialogType = registry.Where(x => x.Value == viewModel.GetType()).Select(x => x.Key).FirstOrDefault();

    if (dialogType == null)
    {
        throw new ArgumentException(string.Format("There is no registered dialog corresponding to a view model of type {0}.", viewModel));
    }

    var dialog = (Window)Activator.CreateInstance(dialogType);

    dialog.DataContext = viewModel;
    dialog.ShowDialog();

    DialogResultEx dlgResult = new DialogResultEx();
    dlgResult.DialogResult = dialog.DialogResult;
    dlgResult.DialogData = viewModel.DialogData;

    return dlgResult;
}




public static DialogResultEx ShowDialog<TViewModelType, TOwnerType>(TViewModelType viewModel, Type ownerType) where TViewModelType : _DialogBaseViewModel
{
    Type dialogType = registry.Where(x => x.Value == viewModel.GetType()).Select(x => x.Key).FirstOrDefault();

    if (dialogType == null)
    {
        throw new ArgumentException(string.Format("There is no registered dialog corresponding to a view model of type {0}.", viewModel));
    }



    var dialog = (Window)Activator.CreateInstance(dialogType);

    dialog.DataContext = viewModel;

    if (ownerType != null)
    {
        Window ownerWindow = FindWindow(ownerType);
        dialog.Owner = ownerWindow;
    }

    dialog.ShowDialog();

    DialogResultEx dlgResult = new DialogResultEx();
    dlgResult.DialogResult = dialog.DialogResult;
    dlgResult.DialogData = viewModel.DialogData;

    return dlgResult;
}


Usage:
DialogResultEx dialogResult1 = DialogService.ShowDialog<SQLConnectionViewModel>(new SQLConnectionViewModel());

DialogResultEx dialogResult2 = DialogService.ShowDialog<SQLConnectionViewModel, MainWindowView>(new SQLConnectionViewModel(), typeof(MainWindowView));


Given the generics, how do I combine this into one method?
If it's not broken, fix it until it is

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