Access DialogViewModel Properties

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  1. Brandon
    Brandon avatar
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    Nov 2009

    Posted 27 Jul 2015 Link to this post

    I've added a new property to my SqlAppointment class called 'Service Code'.  When this property changes I'd like to filter down one of my resources lists to only those 'Providers' that can service that 'Service Code'. 

    How can I access the ResourceType collection from within the SqlAppointment class? 

    Is there a way to override the AppointmentDialogViewModel so that I can access the properties there?

  2. Nasko
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    555 posts

    Posted 29 Jul 2015 Link to this post

    Hi Brandon,

    Unfortunately, the AppointmentDialogViewModel is not allowed to be changed or modified. However, you could create your own ViewModel and use it via XAML

    Still you are able to reach the Appointment class using the Occurence property of the AppointmentDialogViewModel and subsequently the Appointment property of the Occurrence. Please, check the following article from our help documentation that demonstrates how to reach a property placed inside your custom Appointment using the described above approach:

    You could easily bind to your custom properties placed inside your custom Appointment using Occurrence.Appointment.

    Hopes this helps.

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