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Journal.BackStack Property

Provides access to a collection of JournalEntry objects that store information about all previously displayed application screens (Views), which can be shown via backward navigation.

Namespace:DevExpress.Xpf.WindowsUI.Navigation
Assembly:DevExpress.Xpf.Controls.v19.2.dll

Expanded Syntax

Property value

Type: IEnumerable<JournalEntry>
An IEnumerable that stores JournalEntry objects.

Expanded Remarks

Each time an end-user navigates forward to a View within a WindowsUI application, the previous View is written to a JournalEntry object and placed to the BackStack collection. This allows you to call the GoBack method and sequentially navigate back to previously displayed Views.

If the BackStack collection contains more than 1 entry (its first entry always corresponds to the NavigationFrame.Source View), the CanGoBack property returns true.

Calling the GoBack and GoHome methods decrements the BackStack collection and increments the ForwardStack collection respectively.

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