How to set multiple enum members (flags) in XAML

September 18th, 2009 § 1 Comment

I was dealing with the DataForm control and I wanted to show multiple command buttons through the CommandButtonsVisibility property. CommandButtonsVisibility is enum. While it was perfectly clear how to do this in code (

dataForm.CommandButtonsVisibility =
	DataFormCommandButtonsVisibility.Add |
	DataFormCommandButtonsVisibility.Cancel |

), that wasn’t the case with XAML.

I tried to apply the same technique in XAML, but with no luck. Turns out it is even easier to set this in XAML:


That’s just a little tip that I thought it’d be useful to share.

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