Hmm.. demosite is designed specially to gave you simple example. You may download it and explore. Or you may try develpoers samples. All the svn links - in the wiki.
Thanks Ilya - getting closer to things working - I now have a draggable component and can drop it on something else.
<rich:dragSupport dragType="singleItems" />
<h:outputText value="Drag Me" />
<h:outputText value="Drop" />
<rich:dropSupport acceptedTypes="singleItems" ondrop="handle_drop()" />
Thanks a bunch.
You should not perform anything special at client side. The request will be fired by framework itself after the dragged element with propper type will be dropped to corresponding zone.
in the Drop Listener you only need to specify the listener method from your bean. Once again I suggest you to use demosite, All the functionallity shown there with code snapshots. You may download and try freelly
Got everything working - very cool. I read a bit more background material on JSF in general, and it clarified what I was trying to do.
Thanks - this is fine looking stuff.