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bea.stollnitz.com (Bea Stollnitz on Silverlight and WPF), posted 2008-01-14

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Bea walks through how to implement a two and three level Master-Detail scenario when binding to XLinq and XML.
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"I have explained in previous posts how to implement: A two-level Master-Detail scenario using objects as data source here. A three level Master-Detail scenario using objects as data source here A three level Master-Detail scenario using ADO.NET here. The two-level version of this scenario with ADO.NET should be obvious based on the samples above. In this post, I will explain how to implement a two and three level Master-Detail when binding to XLinq and XML."
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http://bea.stollnitz.com/blog/?p=51

About Bea Stollnitz on Silverlight and WPF

Bea an independent software consultant specializing in WPF and Silverlight technologies. She is president and owner of Zag Studio LLC. Before becoming an independent consultant, she worked at Microsoft for over five years, helping to create the Silverlight and WPF application frameworks. Her blog has a lot of helpful tips related to data binding, controls, and styles. http://bea.stollnitz.com/blog

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