Hello Eric Belanger,
Yes indeed , messing with the cell value overrides the default binding logic of the cell. Unfortunately I can not think of a way to do this without explicitly specifying the property to be edited either in XAML or in code.
There is a hacky solution - to handle to the click event of the checkbox and update the underlying business object in the event handler . However this would require reflection in the handler to obtain the property to be updated and set the value. It becomes complicated and I am not sure it is a good way at all.
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