Tuesday, July 7, 2009

How to Perform WPF Data Binding Using LINQ to XML – Part 2

Introduction

This part of the article is a sequel to the previous article on how to develop a WPF application that can bind to XML data stored inline using LINQ to XML classes. In this part, I have discussed how to bind to an XML data stored in a file system.

It requires trivial changes in the XAML and the code-behind to bring in the same functionality here as we noted in the previous sample.

Change 1

Remember that we kept the XML chunk of data of our previous sample in the CDATA section, inline with the XAML code. Using the MethodName="Parse" specification in the Object DataProvider, this XML data is parsed and stored as an XElement instance.

Now, let us take a look at the resources section of the new XAML markup.


See full detail: http://www.codeproject.com/KB/WPF/WPFBindingToLINQXMLpart2.aspx

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