ondrop client side event risen just after drop operation and didn't wait for d'n'd request competed. use oncomplete for that.1 of 1 people found this helpful
So i should just use onComplete instead of onDropEnd?
Could you explain in more detail please? (the rich tree uses and inbuilt drag + drop)
The inbuild tree component does not have an oncomplete attribute
for the drop.
This is where my problem lies, any answeres?
tree has oncomplete attribute. try it
you for the reply,
I have tried that but the oncomplete doesnt work. The oncomplete is called when you expend (compress) the tree, but not the drop function.
If the rich:tree didnt have it own build in drag and drop then it would have been fine, because i could have used the oncomplete on th DropSupport.
Any other suggestions?
you could use d'n'd tags instead of built in attributes. But please make sure you using latest RF versions. as I remember there were some issues which fixed in 3.3.3 Beta11 of 1 people found this helpful