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Posted By:      Posted Date: October 17, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
 

So i'm using an MVVM model for my WPF 4 app. I'm using some of the stuff from Beth Massi's webcasts on creating a master detail form. I've got most of it to work, but now I'm stuck trying to adapt it to an MVVM model in one area, the collectionviewsource objects. Specifically, the first collectionviewsource is bound to the data, and the second one is bound to the first collectionviewsource. Like this

	<UserControl.Resources>
<CollectionViewSource Source="{Binding GroupsViewEnum}" x:Key="GroupsViewRes" />
<CollectionViewSource Sour


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