Observable Collection only provided notifications when we make any change in the collection itself like Adding or Removing an Item.
If we update any properties of a contained class, it doesn’t raise any notifications. If I have an Observable Collection of Person object and it is bind to a Tree View.
If I add or remove person object from the Observable Collection I will be able to see the changes in my Tree View also.
Here Person object has only one string property Full Name Now if I click on Change Name button, which simply renames the selected Person, I will not be able to see the change in my Tree View. 339&parid=root Have a look at this solution as well View Source_without_Refresh_for_Faster_Filtering_in_Silverlight Hope it helps.
This property can only be set in Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) via the collection syntax shown, or by accessing the collection object and using its various methods such as Add.
Columns collection (which can be loaded from data store).
Well first I want to reuse as much code as possible, second I think that dynamic UI programing is what we all need to do.
The property to access the collection object itself is read-only, and the collection itself is read-write.
Note that when you do this, if the control is bound to a collection directly, the default collection view is used, and the sort criteria are applied to all other controls bound to the same collection directly.