I need compare with a variable external from CellTemplateSelector

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  1. Jones
    Jones avatar
    5 posts
    Member since:
    May 2017

    Posted 05 Jul 2017 Link to this post

    Hi mates, i have a variable from database, it's the comparable flag to set a DataTemplate to my PivotGrid.


    public override DataTemplate SelectTemplate(object item, DependencyObject container)
                var cellAggregate = item as CellAggregateValue;
                if (cellAggregate != null)
                    var description = cellAggregate.Description as PropertyAggregateDescription;
                    var test = item as PlannedRouteByMonthToGridPivot;

                    if (description.PropertyName == nameof(ViewModels.PlannedRouteByMonthToGridPivot.PercentExecuted))
                        if (System.Convert.ToDouble(cellAggregate.Value) >= 0.965d)
                            return this.GreenTemplate;
                            return this.RedTemplate;

                return base.SelectTemplate(item, container);


    I need replace the number 0.965d with a variable in my RadPivotGrid DataProvider, someone have any ideia how i can do it.

  2. Polya
    Polya avatar
    267 posts

    Posted 10 Jul 2017 Link to this post

    Hello Jones,

    In order to have the DataProvider in your RadPivotGrid.CellTemplateSelector I suggest adding an additional property in the selector which will hold a reference to the DataProvider:
    public DataProviderBase DataProvider { get; set;}

    And after InitializeComponent you can assign the DataProvider instance to that property in the code behind the following way:
    var cellTemplateSelector = this.Resources["CellTemplateSelector"] as CellTemplateSelector;
    var dataProvider = this.Resources["DataProvider"] as DataProviderBase;
    cellTemplateSelector.DataProvider = dataProvider;

    This way you will have a reference to the DataProvider in the selector.

    Hope this helps.

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