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ICommands on Button with Parameter WPF Visual Basic

I have a Button that needs to send a Parameter to a Sub when it is Clicked.

I have managed to get the Command to work WITHOUT a Parameter but can't find how to pass the parameter.

My Relay Class
Imports System.Windows.Input
Public Class RelayCommand
    Implements ICommand

    Private _isEnabled As Boolean
    Private ReadOnly _handler As Action

    Public Sub New(handler As Action)
        _handler = handler
    End Sub

    Public Event CanExecuteChanged As EventHandler Implements ICommand.CanExecuteChanged

    Public Property IsEnabled As Boolean
            Return _isEnabled
        End Get
        Set(value As Boolean)
            If value <> _isEnabled Then
                _isEnabled = value
                RaiseEvent CanExecuteChanged(Me, EventArgs.Empty)
            End If
        End Set
    End Property

    Public Function CanExecute(parameter As Object) As Boolean Implements ICommand.CanExecute
        Return IsEnabled
    End Function

    Public Sub Execute(parameter As Object) Implements ICommand.Execute
    End Sub

End Class

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Welded Class
Imports System.Data.Common
Imports System.Data.SqlClient
Imports System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations
Public Class ProductionBandsawWelding

    Public Property WeldingComplete As RelayCommand

    Public Sub New()
    End Sub

    Private Sub SetupCommands()
        WeldingComplete = New RelayCommand(AddressOf WeldedNew)
        WeldingComplete.IsEnabled = True
    End Sub

    Public Sub WeldedNew()
        MsgBox("In Welded New")
    End Sub

End Class

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<StackPanel Grid.Row="6" Orientation="Horizontal" DataContext="{Binding Mode=OneWay, Source={StaticResource ProductionWeldingObjectDataProvider}}">
    <Button Name="OrderCompleteButton" Content="Order Complete" Command="{Binding WeldingComplete}" CommandParameter="OrderCompleteButton.tag" />

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I don't think I'm getting the Object out of the Button Tag correctly in the xaml

Any Help would be Appreciated - (Once again a Simple thing in Winforms is made totally complex..)
Visual Basic.NET.NET Programming

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Ron Kidd

8/22/2022 - Mon