> That's exactly why we want nested DataContexts. :-)
> You do your wizard/multi-step process in a nested DataContext and if
> they finish the last step, you can commit it all. If they run off
> elsewhere, no harm done and it falls out.
I for one am going to have a lot of unnecessary workarounds and dead
code when nested contexts are ready :)
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