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Binding ISSUE??? How To Bind Dictionary of Dictionary

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 19, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF

Hi All I have Problem in binding 

i have object of Dictionary of Dictionary

like this 

ObservableSortedDictionary<string,Dictionary<string,string>>  coll = new ObservableSortedDictionary<string,Dictionary<string,string>>();

Dictionary<string,string> InnerData = new Dictionationry<string,string>():

innderData.add ( "Item1","Data1");

innderData.add ( "Item2","Data2");


i want to bind the inner dictionary (Data) into a GRIDVIEW 

can any one help me to Bind This Object??

ASAP please

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