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So, The main problem is the Databases collection not updating the UI when an item is added.

embed=snippet 8255492] the setter is not supposed to fire when an item is added, since you collection is of type observable, it should update the UI.

xaml looks fine other wise , when Raise Property Changed is invokes, it notifes the control that Server proerty has changed and needs to bind,as you said this is a hack.

How wpf combobox works is it will listen to collection change event of the observable collection, and updates the UI.

Here is the thing, every time I get data back from the server I'm recreating the Data Table using a converter. Converter returns a Data Table (also tried returning Data Table. XAML looks like below: Hello, Recreating the Data Table while you have some Grouping applied should not be a problem for the Items to be refreshed.

Content Model: This property may be used to add items to an Items Control.

But one more issue with i OS is that when you exit the app by pressing the Home button, the app is actually in the suspended state and a snapshot of the current page is saved.

The app has to be restarted to see that the item is deleted.

if this logic is not built into this custom control, then you will have either build that in, or call Raise Property Changed every time u add/delete an item from the collection I did try adding a custom property to the collection and that's why the Display Member is there.

So I had a class called SQLServer with a single property of tupe string, and I added a new item to the collection but got the same results.

However, in some cases the is not accessible: it happens for elements that are not part of the visual or logical tree.

It can be very difficult then to bind a property on those elements…

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I don’t know the exact mechanism that enables this behavior, but we’re going to take advantage of it to make our binding work…