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Persist only the IsPinned property

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Scott asked on 01 Mar 2012, 03:50 PM
I have two RadPanes that I wish to persist only the IsPinned property of.  I wish nothing else to be persisted, how would I code this?

The two RadPanes are the only UIElements with a StorageID and their SerializationOptions are set as

<telerik:PersistenceManager.SerializationOptions>
   <telerik:SerializationMetadataCollection>
      <telerik:PropertyNameMetadata Condition="Only" Expression="IsPinned" SearchType="PropertyName" />
   </telerik:SerializationMetadataCollection>
</telerik:PersistenceManager.SerializationOptions>

When I call Load after persisting, the entire RadDock is missing.

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Scott Lee

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answered on 01 Mar 2012, 07:59 PM
I set a handler for PersistenceError and found I am getting a "Parameter Count Mismatch" when saving.
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answered on 05 Mar 2012, 05:43 PM
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answered on 06 Mar 2012, 12:00 PM
Hi Scott ,

 By default the RadDocking provides its own Save/Load mechanism. In our Persistence Sample (same code for SL and WPF), we use the RadPersistenceFramework in order to save/load the state of the controls that are located in the RadPanes' Content too. "IsPinned" among with many other properties is being persisted by the default Docking's mechanism.
Could you please elaborate more on your scenario,especially on why you need to persist only this property?
Is it possible for you to send us the steps in a desired scenario, for example
A) panes, their initial state
B) operations performed over the panes
C)Save
D)operations performed over the panes
E)Load
F)panes state after load
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.  

Kind regards,
Petar Mladenov
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