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Implementing Drag and Drop on JGraph

Hi all,
    any one of familiar with

import org.jgraph.JGraph;
import org.jgraph.graph.*;

if yes then I have a tree , what I need to do is drag and drop a node/leaf of the tree on the graph. Can somebody give me any leads/sample code.

I also need links to a very comprehensive tutorial on implementing Drag and Drop.

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anshuma
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anshuma
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anshumaEngineeringAuthor Commented:
I tried running the code but I am getting the following errors


C:\j2sdk1.4.2_04\bin>javac HelloWorld.java
HelloWorld.java:49: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : method createMap ()
location: class org.jgraph.graph.GraphConstants
        Map helloAttrib = GraphConstants.createMap();
                                        ^
HelloWorld.java:60: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : method createMap ()
location: class org.jgraph.graph.GraphConstants
        Map worldAttrib = GraphConstants.createMap();
                                        ^
HelloWorld.java:71: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : method createMap ()
location: class org.jgraph.graph.GraphConstants
        Map edgeAttrib = GraphConstants.createMap();
                                       ^
HelloWorld.java:72: cannot resolve symbol
symbol  : variable CLASSIC
location: class org.jgraph.graph.GraphConstants
        int arrow = GraphConstants.CLASSIC;
                                  ^
HelloWorld.java:81: insert(java.lang.Object[],java.util.Map,org.jgraph.graph.Con
nectionSet,org.jgraph.graph.ParentMap,javax.swing.undo.UndoableEdit[]) in org.jg
raph.graph.GraphModel cannot be applied to (java.lang.Object[],org.jgraph.graph.
ConnectionSet,<nulltype>,java.util.Map)
        model.insert(cells, cs, null, attributes);
             ^
5 errors
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