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My rambling thoughts on exploring the .NET framework and related technologies

# Tuesday, 22 February 2011

I was having some trouble with WPF data binding yesterday, where the binding looked correct, but the data wasn't being shown. It turned out that I had forgotten an .Include() on the original query (this data is being sent across the wire through a WCF service, so I can't use lazy loading), but along the way, I discovered a really useful blog post on how to debug WPF data binding.

Edit: After posting this entry, I noticed that one of the comments in the above blog post mentioned an older blog post that discussed the same subject. That adds a couple more ideas to the pot, so is worth reading as well.

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