Thanks for your response.
I don't use Unity. I use only MEF (I'm trying for now ...). Views aren't registered in the container. When a module is initialized, the constructor get an instance of a view model and the view model gets an instance of the view.After in the initialize method
of the "IModule" module, I add the view to the region by view injection.
I read that, what I want to do, will be easier using view discovery. Also, I'm questionning myselft about registering viewmodels in the container and try to add them in the region. Thanks to that I'll be able to have two identical view but with two different
I'm not sure I'm on the right way, am I?
My goal is to have the "same" view (defined in a module) added twice in a document host (or TabControl, it should be identical regarding the way to do it). By same view I mean that the usercontrol is the same but it is two separate instance and
both have their own view model.