Sorry Greg, I didnít mean getting just the string State.Name but the whole path string like: "HomeAddress.State".
For example if we had an employee object and we wanted to bind the state of his home address with a ui control we would use "HomeAddress.State"as a binding expression. I got this from developers guide:
Nested Properties Text book examples always show binding to simple object properties like
FirstName. What about an Employee.Address.State.Abbreviation? You donít
see that one often Ė for good reason. It doesnít work.
Oh, it works some of the time. But never in grids, and the breakdowns are difficult
The DevForce WinClient DataBinding collections take care of this important
In such cases I think the EntityPropertyDescriptors would get the whole string path of a nested property path, not just the property name. But as I said not a big issue. I', sure you had your reasons for discontinuing these classes.