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JTango
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JTango asked on 14 Apr 2009, 04:11 AM
I have seen the example of Binding to the SelectedRecords proerpty for the GridView. What I~27d really like to be able to do though is be able to retrieve the selected items as their underlying object type purely in XAML through a binding statement. The problem this currently has is that the SelectedRecords property is a SelectedRecordsCollection and so in the code behind I need to do something like this.~3cbr /~3e ~3cbr /~3e from record in myGrid.SelectedRecords~26nbsp~3b ~3cbr /~3e select ~28record as DataRecord~29.Data as MyObjectType~3cbr /~3e ~3cbr /~3e Is there anyway to get an IEnumerable~26lt~3bMyObjectType~26gt~3b without using code behind~3cbr /~3e ~3cbr /~3e Cheers~3cbr /~3e ~3cbr /~3e Justin

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Milan
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answered on 15 Apr 2009, 10:58 AM
Hi JTango,

What you can do is to provide a value converter to your binding statement. The converter can convert the underlying SelectedRecords collections to a collection that contains only the selected data items.
I have attached a sample project that demonstrates that approach.
Hope this works.

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Milan
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