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Posted on 2001-07-23
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Hi,

I'm building some kind of User manager and want to drag a certain user to a certsin users group.

I'm using ListView control to present icons and text.
I want to enable the user to drag item from one list view
(users) to another (users group)- When I'm trying to drag the item, the item is draged inside the list view, and can't be drag to the other list view.

Where did I go wrong ?
Should I use other control ?

Thanks

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You should set the OLEDragMode property of the listview to ccOLEDragAutomatic. This will allow you to drag an item in the listview to another control (in your case another listview). At present you are actually moving the item within the listview not actually dragging it. You then need to set the OLEDropMode property of the target listview to ccOLEDropManual and handle the drop of the item in the appropriate event procedure.
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