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121353 Dec 4,2015 09:40 AM Dec 7,2015 02:15 AM WPF 1
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Tags: TreeViewAdv
Peter Viau
Asked On December 4, 2015 09:40 AM

I have a Treeview that fills a entry form when an item is selected..
I also have a DataGrid that fills an entry with different data.

The user can move back and forth between the Datagrid and the Treeview.

I need to refill the entry form with the data from the Treeview when I click on the previous selected Item on the Treeview.
When I click on the previous selected Item the SelectedTreeItem does not get fired (Makes sense since it's the same item)
How can I force an event to be sent using MVVM?


Part of the treeview is below.


 <syncfusion:TreeViewAdv Width="200" AllowMultiSelect="False"
                                        SelectedTreeItem="{Binding SelectedTreeItem,Mode=OneWayToSource}"
                                        AllowDragDrop="False" ItemsSource="{Binding ListProjects}"
                                        AllowsColumnReorder="False" AnimationType="None" LineStrokeDashOffset="1"
                                        ShowRootLines="True">

Mariappan S [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 7, 2015 02:15 AM

Hi Peter

Thank you for contacting Syncfusion Support.

We have prepared a sample which tries to meet your requirement. In this sample we have used “EventToCommand” class to call the MouseUp event command.

Please download the sample from the following link.

Sample link: TreeViewAdvSample


If your requirement different from this sample could you please provide more information about your requirement. It would be very helpful for us to resolve your problem earlier.

Regards,
Mariappan S.

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