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Creating and Applying cell style selector dynamically

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preeti
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preeti asked on 15 Mar 2011, 11:17 AM
Hi ,
I need to dynamically create and apply cell style selector  to a perticualr column. Can you help me with this?
    void ViewModel_delApplyRuleEvent()
        {                     
            Dictionary<string, ColorRuleConfig> dictColorRuleConfig = viewmodelobj.dictColorRuleConfig;
            if (dictColorRuleConfig != null && dictColorRuleConfig.Count > 0)
            {
                foreach (var item in dictColorRuleConfig)
                {
                    GridViewColumn col = dataGrid1.Columns[item.Value.ColumnName];
  
                    Color backcolor = new Color();
                    backcolor.A = 255;
                    backcolor.R = byte.Parse(item.Value.RuleBackColor.Substring(0, 2), NumberStyles.HexNumber);
                    backcolor.G = byte.Parse(item.Value.RuleBackColor.Substring(2, 2), NumberStyles.HexNumber);
                    backcolor.B = byte.Parse(item.Value.RuleBackColor.Substring(4, 2), NumberStyles.HexNumber);
                    SolidColorBrush BrushBackColor = new SolidColorBrush(backcolor);
  
                    Color forecolor = new Color();
                    forecolor.A = 255;
                    forecolor.R = byte.Parse(item.Value.RuleForeColor.Substring(0, 2), NumberStyles.HexNumber);
                    forecolor.G = byte.Parse(item.Value.RuleForeColor.Substring(2, 2), NumberStyles.HexNumber);
                    forecolor.B = byte.Parse(item.Value.RuleForeColor.Substring(4, 2), NumberStyles.HexNumber);
                    SolidColorBrush BrushForeColor = new SolidColorBrush(forecolor);
                      
                    string[] strarr = item.Value.RuleExpression.Split(new char[] { '=' });
                    string strColName = strarr[0];
                    string strColVal = strarr[1];
  
                    Tuple<SolidColorBrush, SolidColorBrush> ColorsProperty = Tuple.Create<SolidColorBrush, SolidColorBrush>(BrushBackColor, BrushForeColor);
                    Func<string, bool> FuncProperty= (s) => { if (s == strColVal) return true; return false; };
  
  
                    Style st = new Style(typeof(GridViewCell));
                    st.Setters.Add(new Setter(GridViewCell.BackgroundProperty, ColorsProperty.Item1));
                    st.Setters.Add(new Setter(GridViewCell.ForegroundProperty, ColorsProperty.Item2));
  
                    this.Resources.Add(item.Value.ColumnName + "CellStyle", st);
  
  
//***********************i am stuck up here******************************************
                    StyleSelector sc = new StyleSelector();
                    sc.SelectStyle(dataGrid1.Columns[item.Value.ColumnName],
                    dataGrid1.Columns[item.Value.ColumnName].CellStyleSelector = sc;
  
  
                }
  
            }     
        }

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Ivan Ivanov
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answered on 15 Mar 2011, 02:12 PM
Hello preeti,

I have already answered to this inquiry in this thread. In order to achieve consistent and constructive dialogue, I would kindly ask you to continue any further communication in your initial thread.


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Ivan Ivanov
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