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GroupBarItem databinding

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106935 Feb 3,2013 07:08 PM Feb 12,2013 01:48 AM WPF 1
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steve mangelschots
Asked On February 3, 2013 07:08 PM

Hi

I need some help with databinding groupbarItems to 3 collections
I got 3 groupbarItems that I want to bind to 3 different collections where the name property in the collection item is the GroupBarViewItem text how do I do this?

<syncfusion:GroupBar HorizontalAlignment="Stretch" AllowCollapse="False" VisualMode="MultipleExpansion" VerticalAlignment="Stretch" >

<syncfusion:GroupBarItem Name="TablesGroup" HeaderText="Tables" ShowInGroupBar="True" IsSelected="True">

</syncfusion:GroupBarItem>

<syncfusion:GroupBarItem Name="FormsGroup" IsSelected="True" HeaderText="Forms"></syncfusion:GroupBarItem>

<syncfusion:GroupBarItem Name="ReportsGroup" IsSelected="True" HeaderText="Reports"></syncfusion:GroupBarItem>

</syncfusion:GroupBar>

 class application    {

list<table> tables new list<table>()

list<form> forms new list<forms>()

list<report> reports new list<report>()

 

}

 class table{

public string Name {get; set;}

}

 

 

     


Jegan Raj M [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 12, 2013 01:48 AM

Hi Steve,

Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion products.

In your query you have mentioned that you have three GroupBarItems which bind with three different collections. Can you provide information that you need binding separately for these collection in List<> and for which collection you need the Name property. It would be helpful for us to further analyze this issue.

Please let us know if you have queries.

Regards,
Jegan Raj M

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