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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 01, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
Following is a 2 columns XAML Listview.  The program has a Timesheet entity related to a second Entity Consultant.  The multiplicity is many to one.  The Timesheet navigation properties is Consultant. In the second column, I can show the consultant name (Consultant.Name).  All other properties are ok. My problem is that I need to replace the textbox with a combobox as in column one (Consultant lookup).  But the combobox always shows the first item in the consultant list.  I hope you can help me. Thank you.       <GridViewColumn Header="Consultant" Width="200"> <GridViewColumn.CellTemplate>       <DataTemplate>       <ComboBox Name="cboConsultant" Margin="-6,0,-6,0"     IsEditable="False"     ItemsSource="{Binding Source={StaticResource ConsultantLookup}}"     DisplayMemberPath="Name"     SelectedValue="{Binding Path=ConsultantID}"     SelectedValuePath="ConsultantID" />       </DataTemplate>       </GridViewColumn.CellTemplate>       </GridViewColumn>       <GridViewColumn Header="C

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