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  • Blog Post: 5 More Random Gotchas with the WPF DataGrid

    1. DataGridColumn.SortDirection does not actually sort the column. DataGridColumn.SortDirection is used to queue the visual arrow in the DataGridColumnHeader to point up, down, or to not show. To actually sort the columns other than clicking on the DataGridColumnHeader, you can set the DataGrid.Items...
  • Blog Post: 5 Random Gotchas with the WPF DataGrid

    Since the release of the WPF DataGrid there have been several common patterns of questions that developers were asking on the discussion list . I thought that I would capture some of that here so it would be easy to find. I'll also try to keep it as short as possible and refer to other links for more...
  • Blog Post: WPF DataGrid Design-time Walkthrough

    The DataGrid walkthrough on windowsclient.net/wpf and the Tips & Tricks section on codeplex talk briefly about the Design-time support for DataGrid. I thought I’d expand on that just a little more so you get a good idea of what you have available. Installation So to get it to work you need...
  • Blog Post: Overview of the editing features in the WPF DataGrid

    Introduction I’m going to talk a little on the editing features of the DataGrid. I will dive deep into a couple things but overall I just want to give you a good idea of the APIs you can work with and how to tweak a couple things. So basically I will be introducing a bit of the internal implementation...
  • Blog Post: WPF DataGrid: Stock and Template Columns

    Overview The DataGrid uses a set of DataGridColumns to describe how to display its data just like a GridView has a set of GridViewColumns to describe its data. In my first post , the sample I used auto-generated the columns for you but this time I want to go over how to create the columns manually...
  • Blog Post: WPF DataGrid: Dissecting the Visual Layout

    I’m going to be dissecting and discussing the DataGrid visuals and how they are all assembled together to form the overall DataGrid. Note: This is really more of a post for people who want to understand how the DataGrid works internally. I’m not going to be going over how to use some of the APIs in this...
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