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I am Converting a windows forms application in to a Wpf app. I want to know how to use binding navigator in wpf which will help the end user to navigate through the datagrid fastly.
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Updated 19-Nov-19 7:20am
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I'm just curious: why migrating to WPF? I'm not saying it would make no sense, but it would make sense if decided to use WPF advanced features after migration.
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Solution 1

As far as I understand, the class BindingNavigator is for Forms only: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/System.Windows.Forms.BindingNavigator%28v=vs.110%29.aspx[^]; there is no analogous WPF control.

Therefore, the question does not make much sense. You would need to describe the functionality you need, from the point of view of the application, to try to get an advice on what would be the best way of implementing the features you need. Generally, the idea of "conversion" to WPF is not very fruitful: if you do it without some UI redesign leveraging WPF approaches, this is most likely the waste of time. If you do such redesign, it would be pretty much development of new UI, which hardly can be called "conversion"…

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Solution 3

I not understood why is the link to the open source binding navigator for WPF marked as spam. I only want to tell that I have solution for it. You can search it itself on Github or Visual Studio Nuget manager.
   

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