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Data Binding in Flow Document

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 05, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
 
1.       I have some Flow Document Templates, where Binding Information will have to be specified in the Design Time. In the run time a Business Object will be assigned to the Data Context property of Flow Document or any of the Panels (Stack, Dock etc) inside the Flow Document.   2.       Properties of Paragraph, Run or other elements does not seem to have dependency properties, hence I will not be able to specify Binding Info Declaratively. Am  currently wrapping my Content in BlockUIContainers with Text Blocks inside them. The Text Block's Text property can be used as a placeholder to specify binding information declaratively.   3.       One alternate way to specify Binding for Flow Document Elements that are not enclosed in Block Or Inline UI Containers is to specify a reverse binding (from the controls in the application UI to the Flow Document Elements, where Flow Document Elements will be a Source now and the Binding will be One Way To Source. This increases the number of lines of code for each binding and also the requirement in my assignment is to specify the binding declaratively.   4.        Is Wrapping the Content in BlockUIContainers / InlineUIContainers to specify the Binding Info, the proper approach or is there any better solutions ?.   5.       Also how do we preserve white spaces inside a Flow Document Element ?.   (Note: After all the manipulations, the F


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