JohnAskew said:footballism said:*snip*
BindingListCollectionView -- good information to have, thanks Zhou.
You don't have issues with ADO Entity Framework and WPF data binding, do you?
->You don't have issues with ADO Entity Framework and WPF data binding, do you?
Well, to be honest, I've never used Entity Framework myself, there are just two many new technologies or even old technologies I need to learn about, Entity Framework is not on the top of my to-learn list:)
But as long as you are working with POCO, and directly obey INotifyCollectionChanged/INotifyPropertyChanged contract instead of going through BindingListCollectionView adaptation layer, you must be fine with, I think the deep issue right here is that IBindingList notification contract is heavily tested against Windows Forms data binding engine I guess, and when WPF team tried to adapt it into WPF world, better things happen:), I've debugged a weird bug deep inside the ADO.NET DataTable code which misses a critical notification chance to notify the WPF UI as clearly illustrated in those MSDN WPF forum threads:
I am the guy who called Marco Zhou, I know I got two many names over the web I know it:)