Find databinding mistakes using PresentationTracesources.TraceLevel

When working with XAML and databinding there is not really much help available to aiding the developer/designer when a databinding is not working. Luckily in .NET 3.5, this changed and we can now include an extra diagnostics trace in a binding, which will show some helpful trace messages about a binding.

One my WPF Disciple buddies Bea Costa published a blog entry about how to do this. You can read more over at her excellent blog entry http://www.beacosta.com/blog/?p=52. I had originally included a link to Corrados (another WPF Disciple, but Corrados link broke, so I had to change to Bea’s post instead).

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2 Comments

  1. Hi dude, i really really enjoy reading your article in codeproject.com and here šŸ™‚
    i am sure i can learn wpf fast and good from here.
    i was here just for say thank you

    Reply

  2. Thats good…For me im bot a WPF specialist, I do all sorts, though I do really like WPF, so I just spread the love.

    BUt soon this blog will be more about WF/WCF and TPL as they are next on my list of things to learn

    Reply

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