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QuestionComboBoxEdit Control Pin
Kevin Marois21-Dec-17 6:09
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I'm working on a ComboBoxEdit Control

I got the idea from this.

The trick was to add to the buttons to control template. No problem there.

So to use it I have:
XAML
<cbe:ComboBoxEdit Height="32"
                    Width="350"
                    ItemsSource="{Binding Items}"
                    SelectedItem="{Binding SelectedItem}"
                    PopupFooterButtons="OkCancel"
                    VerticalAlignment="Top"
                    Margin="5,20,0,0">

<pre>
<ComboBox.ItemTemplate>

    <DataTemplate>
        <StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal">
            <CheckBox IsChecked="{Binding IsItemChecked}"
                        Margin="2"/>
            <TextBlock Text="{Binding Caption}"
                        Margin="2"/>
        </StackPanel>
    </DataTemplate>

</ComboBox.ItemTemplate>



Code Behind
public MainWindow()
{
    InitializeComponent();
    this.DataContext = this;
    Items = new ObservableCollection<Item>
    {
        new Item
        {
            Caption = "Awarded",
            IsItemChecked = false
        },
        new Item
        {
            Caption = "Bidding",
            IsItemChecked = true
        },
        new Item
        {
            Caption = "Cancelled",
            IsItemChecked = false
        },
        new Item
        {
            Caption = "Completed",
            IsItemChecked = false
        },
        new Item
        {
            Caption = "In Progress",
            IsItemChecked = true
        },
        new Item
        {
            Caption = "On Hold",
            IsItemChecked = false
        }
    };
}
So far all works awesome.

So here's the question. What I want to do track what items are checked. Selected and checked are not the same thing. Selected it whem the item's row is selected, where checked is when the checkbox value is set. Then, when the user clicks Ok I'm going to populate a list of selected items.

The problems is how does the control know about the list of items bound to it? How does the control ever know that there a bool property called "IsItemChecked" on the data class?
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
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Ya can't fix stupid.

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QuestionVB.Net/WPF/XAML "The video does not load via the executable." Pin
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QuestionUsing Rx with MVVM pattern Pin
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