Simple Binding (flat structure): As seen, a simple root-level binding is achieved by using a standard … Do note that you need to inform the Hierarchical Data Template of the datatype to display.
This is done using the Data Type attribute on the Hierarchical Data Template XAML-element.
Let’s illustrate with a simple example: we want to display a list of products in a System. Data Error: 2 : Cannot find governing Framework Element or Framework Content Element for target element.
Binding Expression: Path=Show Price; Data Item=null; target element is ‘Data Grid Text Column’ (Hash Code=32685253); target property is ‘Visibility’ (type ‘Visibility’) But none of these workarounds seems to work, we always get the same result…
So - as a simple example and as a point of reference, here is how.
This is what we have to work with; a folder list as you would expect to see in the left-hand pane in Windows Explorer.
A Control Template is a layout that is composed of other primitive controls such as Button, Selector, Grid etc.
This View Model exposes a list of IFolders (List The interesting part in this context is the View which details the XAML-syntax. Note that the binding between the View Model and the View is declared in the XAML directly: So, configuration of the bindings is seen below.But although there is many private methods, there is only two public properties: The Item Template property is obligatory property and must be of the Hierarchical Data Template type.Sample download: Id=215079 Amit Dey from Microsoft contributed a nice Silverlight code sample that demonstrates enabling CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) and drag & drop in Silverlight Tree View control.If you encounter this message, continue with the following steps to complete your Silverlight installation.property in WPF is extremely handy, because it is automatically inherited by all children of the element where you assign it; therefore you don’t need to set it again on each element you want to bind.