Well i found a work around for this. Which i’m reasonably happy *cough* hack *cough*.
For those in the same boat.
Basiclly i used the DataRowMouseEnter event , from here i assign a static Xceed.Wpf.DataGrid.DataRow variable that current row. from this i was able to get the property value i need to dynamiclly populate the combo box.
i use the combo Initialized event, which is called when the cell goes in edit mode, to query a data source and assign the results to the item source.
told you a hack. but don’t tell anyone!
But if anyone has a better solution feel free to post here. I would like to hear other possiblities.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Alan (had 434 views)
Have you tried LinqToSql? I think it would work perfectly in your scenario. Take a look at the LINQ samples included in the documentation, there is one that uses a combobox to sends a Linq query to display only data items that have a specific value that should point you in the right direction.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Jenny [Xceed] (had 338 views)