This may be common knowledge when working with a Silverlight DataGrid, or any grid control in .net. However, I fought through this lesson the other week.
We are using Prism V2 in a business application at work. When databinding several grids to a presenter I tried to enable sorting and ran into an issue where the grid wouldn’t sort if the property being bound to was an IEnumerable<T>…
Once I changed the property’s type to a List<T> on the presentation model (and all the correct sorting xaml tags were set) the grid became sortable.
The other strange thing about this was I couldn’t find anything about it on the net… Is this something that is inherent with other data grids?