Let’s illustrate with a simple example: we want to display a list of products in a System. Data Error: 2 : Cannot find governing Framework Element or Framework Content Element for target element.
Binding Expression: Path=Show Price; Data Item=null; target element is ‘Data Grid Text Column’ (Hash Code=32685253); target property is ‘Visibility’ (type ‘Visibility’) But none of these workarounds seems to work, we always get the same result…
I will definitely look into this solution and that one provided by tawani. Property Changed' C:\Users\MVVM\View Model\I assume I have to add an event handler per: I would love to see this work. Or, maybe the delta between lower case records and upper case Records?
I got the following error using your code: Error 1 'MVVM. DGProperty' does not implement interface member 'System. I may just be missing something, but I can't get the binding with "Properties. I am not sure how much of the Data Grid xaml needs to stay in the final working code. In any case, I like the idea, but a working example would rock.
But I’m not going to give up so soon, at least not while there are other options to consider 😉 The solution to our problem is actually quite simple, and takes advantage of the even when they’re not in the visual or logical tree.For example, the Sql Data Adapter performs the following tasks when filling a Data Set with data: In between the Fill and Update operations, data source connections are closed and you are free to read and write data with the Data Set as you need.These are the mechanics of working with disconnected data.Here ‘Salary’ and ‘Dept No’ are changed and updated into the selected ‘Employee’ object.When building an application, I might not have the luxury of creating model classes to represent the objects I'll be rendering on screen, because they are dynamic.