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Studio for Silverlight and WPF 2010 v3 has landed and we are very excited about the new features and controls found in this version. This is one of the biggest releases we've had for the Silverlight and WPF studios when it comes to significant new controls and features. For instance, we have included 3 major new controls including a report viewer, pdf viewer and a 3D surface chart control! You can't find these controls anywhere else. We also enhanced ClearStyle throughout the entire suite which makes styling our controls much easier than any other Silverlight or WPF control you'll find.
The ComponentOne ASP.NET GridView allows you to add a Delete button to remove a record from the DataTable. However there isn't a native way to add a confirmation that you really want the record deleted. It's always best to check for sure when it comes to destructive actions, so I did some spelunking and came up with a way to do it. 1. Add a Template Field column to the grid by using either the property builder, or in the declarative code of your .aspx page. 2. Go into source view and add an ItemTemplate, then an asp:ImageButton.
My recorded webinar, "Silverlight Grid for Easy Data Visualization" is up on Vimeo. You can see it here, http://www.vimeo.com/16241316. And as promised I've uploaded the Slides and Code. You can get them in the attachments.
The ICollectionView interface is the primary data view object in WPF. It's essentially a view of the underlying data source that allows you to manipulate your data without actually modifying the underlying values. You define your own rules for sorting, filtering and grouping, etc.