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In my window, I'm trying to bind a control to a property in the form. I can't seem to get it to work as intended. In the code-behind I have this defined:
public AViewModel ViewModel { get; set; }
and in the XAML I have this (I skipped the unneccesary xaml tags and such to simplify the question):
TextBlock Text="{Binding Path=ViewModel.SomeProperty}"
but it does display the bound value in the window.

I also tried defining a "local" namespace in the xaml and putting "local:" in front of the binding statement.

What the hell am I doing wrong?
Posted 6-Oct-12 2:27am
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Kenneth Haugland at 6-Oct-12 8:39am
   
Its not a dependency property? Just a guess

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Solution 1

You must set window DataContext with property ViewModel, then it will be working.

 public AViewModel ViewModel
 {
  get{ return m_viewModel; } 
  set
  { 
    m_viewModel = value;
    DataContext = m_viewModel;
  }
 }
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