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QuestionWPF / MVVM - Modular Design Question Pin
Kevin Marois7-Mar-13 7:27
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I am working on this[^] application.

The outter set of tabs is on the MainWindowView and the inner tabs are each on their own user control. IN the MainWindowViewMode I have a method called LoadView:

private void loadView(View View, _ArgsBase Args = null)
{
    ViewInfo tabInfo = new ViewInfo { View = View, EntityId = 0};
 
    // If the view is already open, then activate its tab
    if (TabManager.IsTabOpen(tabInfo))
    {
        TabManager.ActivateTab(tabInfo);
    }
    else
    {
        // Create an instance of the view and VM
        _DataEntryViewModelBase vm = null;
        UserControl view = null;
        string headerText = string.Empty;
 
        switch (View)
        {
            case View.Dashboard:
                headerText = "Dashboard";
                vm = new DashboardViewModel();
                view = new DashboardView();
                break;
 
            case View.JobCenter:
                headerText = "Job Center";
                vm = new JobCenterViewModel();
                view = new JobCenterView();
                break;
 
            case View.CompanyCenter:
                headerText = "Company Center";
                vm = new CompanyCenterViewModel();
                view = new CompanyCenterView();
                break;
 
            case View.MaterialsCenter:
                headerText = "Materials Center";
                vm = new MaterialsCenterViewModel();
                view = new MaterialsCenterView();
                break;
        }
 
        if (vm == null)
        {
            return;
        }
 
        // Load the vm's data and assign it to the view
        vm.Load(Args);
        view.DataContext = vm;
 
        // Cretae a tab and assign the view to it
        TabItem tabItem = new TabItem();
 
        tabItem.Header = headerText;
        tabItem.Content = view;
        tabItem.Tag = tabInfo;
 
        // Add the tab and activate it
        TabManager.AddTab(tabItem);
    }
}

The obvious problem here is that the MainWindowViewModel is now coupled to all the child views. What is the right way to do this?
If it's not broken, fix it until it is

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