AJAX :: Drag And Drop / Want To implement A Functionality?
Aug 9, 2010
Could you point me to a reference article on how to implement drag and drop within a treeview control using ASP.NET in C#? Is this best implemented with AJAX? I will be using an XMLDatasource. Also, I did not want to use any third party control at this point
I want to implement some drag and drop behaviors in my ASP.NET app. Could someone point me in the right direction for some articles and samples? For example, one example of drag and drop I want to implement is for sorting things.
iam having a treeview where the sample structure is like this. Cabinet under cabinet there is folder and under folder there are some documents.now i want that documents to move from one folder to another folder using drag and drop ...how can i perform this functionality.
Can the ImageButton Control be used to implement Drag&Drop? My Drag&Drop function means drag the image,and drop it to desktop as a file or other applications, for example, Office Word,Office Excel,etc. Can the ImageButton Control be used to implement it?
I have installed and reinstalled AjaxControlToolkit.Binary.NET35, added as reference too and still cannot add the controls to the form. Why is creating web forms so frustratring? I have no problems when I use the Extended Object controls.
Im using VS 2005 Pro , and install AjaxControlToolkit for VS2005 in seperate installation.it went fine, the toolbox shows ajax control (the update panel, scriptmanager, etc) . but when i drag and drop, it only shows these code
I need to create a table where every item in the cell can be drag and drop among themselves and and also drag and drop to other cell. I am thinking to create a ReorderList for every table cell but it come to a problem where I need to drag item from 1 ReOrderList to another ReOrderList when I need to drag the item in the cell to another cell. I have find through the internet but find no solution.
I am trying to create a UI that shows a list of pending work on the left side, and a similar list of planned work on the right side. I would like the user to be able to both reorder items within each list - this works fine with reorderlist; But to be able to move an item from one list to the other - this I can't make work with reorderlist. Is this possible and can anyone give some pointers on how to achieve it ?
I am using Visual Studio 2008 SP1. I face a problem while using Ajax control toolkit. In the Toolkit the Drag Extender is present that can be added to the different component. But is it possible to have specific divisions or panels that can receive my dragged Panel. As in , many sites have the functionality of rearranging the elements in the page itself and all the panels to be rearranged have specific divisions where you can drop the panel. Can we enable Selective Drop in ASP.NET ajax using Ajax Control Toolkit??
I am trying to create a UI that shows a list of pending work on the left side, and a similar list of planned work on the right side. I would like the user to be able to both reorder items within each list - this works fine with reorderlist, and to be able to move an item from one list to the other - this I can't make work with reorderlist.
I have an UpdatePanel that contains several "items" that are in individual divs that are registered as dragdrop objects. I pass the item ID into the object. Everything appears to be working fine until I delete an item/div. The items appear in the correct divs but the ID's are mismatched as if the delete never happened. I know the dispose method is being called for each object. But I don't know how the deleted item ID is still being passed in a drag/drop object that should be re-initialized on every pageLoad. It's difficult to explain but here is some of the relevant code:
the project was not initially created using Ajax however, i now added the assemble"system.web.extensions" and copy the ddl to the bin folder. if i should manually add the code for the extenders they will work however, i am unable to drag and drop the extenders to a textbox or to a button or a pane