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If you examine the view model in the debugger, the Text Box Text is “Hello, world! Every other edit is ignored and causes its changes to revert, as expected.Examining the current state of the view model’s Combo Box Selected Item, its value is “Four” and not “Two”.Fortunately in many cases you can work around these limitations by simply deriving your own custom control from the one supplied with WPF to fix these problems. Perry in this comment, WPF behaviours can also be used to inject code without subclassing Combo Box. The Combo Box (regulard, subclassed, or behavioured) becomes unsynchronized from the view model. He blogs on Code as well as his own blog, is a technical contributor for Pluralsight, writes articles for MSDN Magazine and Co De Magazine, and is a frequent speaker at conferences and user groups.For those of you who want to play around with the code, you can find it here. The code sample now includes his behaviour code in addition to the subclassing option. He is the creator of psake, a Power Shell-based build automation tool, intended to save developers from XML Hell.Let’s create a new type derived from Combo Box to fix this problem.I perform the normal On Selection Changed event and then update the Combo Box’s Selected Item Property from the bound View Model if a binding exists.
, to which the combo box still appears to hold a reference at this moment – which brings it down to a question of proper coercion.
This ensures that if the view model ignores changes or modifies the selection in some way, the Combo Box displays the correct value.
Minor note: I am defining a derived Combo Box in my own namespace, which is also called Combo Box.
I can simply fire the event and worse case scenario, I execute an empty function body rather than throwing a Null Reference Exception. With the INotify Propety Changed in place, changing one Text Box will cause its twin to display the same value and same for the two Combo Boxes.
This is tidier in my opinion than the if(Property Changed ! We get a strange new requirement that every second change should be ignored.
It displayed "Display Name" for the entire list of objects, it showed "Sales Person Id" as the Selected Value, it would update another Text Box with the Selected Value, and the selection could be changed by changing the Selected Value in that Text Box.