Loading a WPF Silverlight Stackpanel dynamically

I'm using Silverlight 5 and C# and have a need to load a specific StackPanel dynamically at runtime depending upon a certain user input selection.

Is there a way to replace a named StackPanel with XAML stored in a database?

Thanks
csalernoAsked:
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Randy DownsOWNERCommented:
Maybe this will help.

You can use any type as a data source as long as it has a public parameterless constructor and at least one public property. Here's a sample of binding to System.String. In the example below, both TextBlock elements have a name, which makes them accessible in the *.cs/vb file. You set the textBox2 binding in the XAML file and the data context in the code behind:



 <StackPanel Margin='20'>
    <Label>Via Code:</Label>
    <TextBlock x:Name='tb1'
               Margin='20'
               Background='LightGray'
               Text="" />
<Label>Via Binding:</Label>
    <TextBlock x:Name='tb2'
               Margin='20'
               Background='LightGray'
               Text="{Binding}" />
    
    </StackPanel>

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string sample;
public BindingToString()
{
  InitializeComponent();
  sample = "ABC DEF GHI JKL MNO PQR";
    
  // assign directly to the Text property
  tb1.Text = sample;
    
  // register with the binding system
  tb2.DataContext = sample;
  // there must also be a binding in the XAML
  // or here in code
    
}

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Aaron JabamaniTechnical ArchitectCommented:
Looks like it is possible. But you also have to manage events for them. Hope this link helps you, http://www.kastory.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=29:xaml-remote-loading-with-event-hooking&catid=9&Itemid=131
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