I'm in a situation where I have a sub-collection in my GridView of a complex type and was hoping I could perform a filter like the following:
ItemPropertyDefinition tagDefinition = new ItemPropertyDefinition("Tags.Tag", typeof(string), "Tags");
This is obviously not working....
In a previous post I saw something about using a QueryableCollectionView with Linq and binding it to the DataFilter.
...but after doing some research I can't even find an event where I can overwrite/bypass the default filter behaviour of the datafilter.
My current solution/workaround is adding an extra property to the collection that is bound to the GridView that has all the strings from the sub-collection combined ... and letting the DataFilter, filter on that field... But this method is slow and not really correct.
Thanks in advance,