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Hi, I'm not sure if this is the right place for a WPF question... but you might be able to help me!

I am using Visual Studio Express 2010 (Which I didn't know had an evaluation time, going to have to change to 2008!) and I'm developing a WPF application. My background is in Java so its all quite new to me.

My question is this: I've made a layout with some stuff in the XAML file (MainWindow.xaml), and thats all fine. However, now I want to add some code. I figured I need to add this to MainWindow.xaml.cs however this file is pretty emtpy - it was my understanding that this would be generated from the xaml file?

If so, how can I "update" the cs file to reflect the content of the xaml file - or have I got the complete wrong end of the stick with this?

Cheers

Joe

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Hmm, I think I'm getting confused and you dont need to do this...

How do I edit/delete posts?

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You generally can't, but you can try the Flag Bad Post link to get the attention of the moderators. Quick thing, Visual Studio Express doesn't have an evaluation period; maybe you downloaded the trial version by mistake...? Try this link, and download Visual C# 2010 Express. The programs are split up by programming language. Also, the .xaml.cs is not generated from the .xaml file, it is different than WinForms designer. I could elaborate, but from your last post, it seems you may have figured it out.

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I had a look, yes I do have Express, but the message "For evaluation purposes only" and "28 days remaining" (suggesting it is a demo) are only there when you have not registered!

I figure leaving the post for other unsuspecting newbie xaml users to stumble uppon might be useful anway so I'll leave it.

I'm used to hard-coading all my layout stuff in Java, so I'm not used to using a designer!

Thanks

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