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I am new to XAML and WPF. Is there any way to Debug XAML?
For example like we debug code in C#'s .cs file.
Updated 6-Jan-11 23:48pm

Pritesh Aryan wrote:
Is there any way to Debug XAML?

No. You cannot debug XAML (AFAIK). But you can use a trick to Debug Data Binding.

Write a Converter (CS / VB) and use it while binding to the control. Place a break point.


I have posted it as Trick Debugging Trick in XAML DataBinding[^]
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Pritesh Aryan 7-Jan-11 5:42am    
You can give me trick to Debug Data Binding.
#realJSOP 7-Jan-11 5:49am    
@Pritesh - google it. He gave you enough info to figure it out on your own.
Venkatesh Mookkan 7-Jan-11 6:09am    
Thanks @John.

@Pritesh, I have updated the Answer. Mark it as Answer if it really helpful.
Pritesh Aryan 7-Jan-11 6:22am    
@Venkatesh Mookkan,
ya but your link is broken.
please give me proper link...
Venkatesh Mookkan 7-Jan-11 6:24am    
Because, I just posted it as Trick in Tips/Trick section. It is still in Pending status. Sorry.
While Venkatesh Mookkan's has provided a good answer, another thing that probably makes sense is to add a handler to System.Windows.Application.DispatcherUnhandledException during initalization. This may provide valuable information including the callstack of the exception.

Espen Harlinn
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