EventToCommandBehavior, treeview, context menu and MVVM

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  1. Randy Hompesch
    Randy Hompesch avatar
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    Nov 2008

    Posted 11 Dec 2017 Link to this post

    Ok,

    I have a treeview that is LoadOnDemand. I have a HierarchicalDataTemplate and within it I define a RadContextMenu.

    Currently, I am setting the ItemClicked event handler and calling the ViewModel from code behind. It all works, but I know I am being a bad boy calling the viewmodel from the codebehind. 

     

    Here's what I'd like to do: 

    Somehow, bind a command to the HierachicalDataTemplate so that I have a single function that receives all context menu clicks via a command. I should be able to sort out which context menu item was clicked in the command parameter (I think).

    I have tried adding an EventToCommandBehavior to the HierachicalDataTemplate, but the compiler whines that nested properties are not supported.

    I get this because I am already using EventToCommandBehavior in the treeview itself.

    It seems that putting an additional EventToCommandBehavior in the HierarchicalDataTemplate is a no-go.

    How can I receive commands from context menus generated in a loadondemand treeview and have it be MVVM friendly?

    Thanks ... Ed

     

  2. Stefan
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    Posted 14 Dec 2017 Link to this post

    Hi Ed,

    I tested the behavior of the control and I am able to define two usages of the EventToCommandBehavior within a similar setup on my end. Can you please take a look at the attached example? Note, that I have used the Add Context Menu SDK Example for testing. Would it be possible to demonstrate your setup in the project and send it back to me, so I can assist you further?

    Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

    Regards,
    Stefan
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