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Binding DisplayName of RadPropertyGrid
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Anne
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Anne asked on 18 Sep 2012, 02:26 PM

Hi,

i would like to bind the display name of a PropertyDefinition in a RadPropertyGrid, but it doesn't work. Is there any way to do this?
Here my code snippet ...

Xaml:

     <telerik:RadPropertyGrid Item="{Binding ActualModel}">

          <telerik:RadPropertyGrid.PropertyDefinitions>

                <telerik:PropertyDefinition

                     Description="{x:Static localProps:Resources.ids_Tooltip_Diameter}"

                     DisplayName="{Binding Path=DiameterLabel}"

                     GroupName="{x:Static cmnProps:Resources.ids_Group_Data}"

                     OrderIndex="1" >

                     <telerik:PropertyDefinition.EditorTemplate>

                          <DataTemplate>

                               <Border Style="{DynamicResource BorderStyle}" >

                                     <telerik:RadMaskedNumericInput Value="{Binding Path=Diameter}" />

                               </Border>

                          </DataTemplate>

                     </telerik:PropertyDefinition.EditorTemplate>

                </telerik:PropertyDefinition>

          </telerik:RadPropertyGrid.PropertyDefinitions>

     </telerik:RadPropertyGrid>

 

 

Model c#:

          private string _diameterLabel;

          public string DiameterLabel

          {

                get { return this._diameterLabel; }

                set

                {

                     if (this._diameterLabel != value)

                     {

                          this._diameterLabel = value;

                          OnPropertyChanged(() => DiameterLabel);

                     }

                }

          }

 
Thanks for help

best regards Anne


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Yoan
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answered on 21 Sep 2012, 08:12 AM
Hi Anne,

 Please find attached sample project according to your requirements. I have property "FirstNameDspl" in my "ViewModel", the thing is that you must bind the DisplayName property to some source e.g. "ViewModel".

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Andy
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answered on 29 Aug 2013, 11:01 AM
Hi!

I have an issue in the same area, Culture changed event.
I am able to bind the DisplayName statically to a Resource file in the following manner:
xmlns:resx="clr-namespace:wpfapplicationname.Localization"
DisplayName="{x:Static resx:SettingsModule_Resource.DisplayNameUnit}"
I was not able to duplicate the binding you gave as an answer to Annie. Tho I think it would have the same problem with changing the culture as the static binding I've given above.
I want to change culture and I want the DisplayName to change accordingly. Can you help me please?

/Anders
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Dimitrina
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answered on 03 Sep 2013, 02:33 PM
Hi,

You can check our documentation here for more information on our localization mechanisms, especially the section about using ResourceManager. This online resource might also be helpful.

You will need to define resource files for the different languages so that when the language is changed to have the display value updated.
 

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Didie
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