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Observable Collection only provided notifications when we make any change in the collection itself like Adding or Removing an Item.

If I add or remove person object from the Observable Collection I will be able to see the changes in my Tree View also.Remember too, that this stuff isn’t really “Silverlight” specific – it was originally designed for databinding in Xaml for WPF, but since Silverlight using Xaml and a subset of WPF, this is really just following along the same paradigm. It means that once you have set up your data collections and underlying types, you can now follow the normal databinding rules, but once you change the underlying data objects themselves, either by modifying the collection or a property of an item in the collection, then the UI object will be updated too.This will only happen when the Binding Mode is done using One Way (the default), or Two Way.Unless, that is, someone can come up with a working solution soon?Yours hopefully, Mike This is the View Model's method for load-on-demand and I fire a message to any one listening that the event has completed.Luckily we can trigger the dispatch from an anonymous delegate, so we don’t need to make extraneous methods for these any more.

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