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Drag and Drop using Asp 2.0 Ajax

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Hi
can anyone point me to good articles or tutorials or sample code that shows how to implement drag and drop functionality in Asp 2.0 using the Ajax framework.
All I want is using drag and drop implement inserting new data and by dragg an item and dropping it in a waste basket delete the item.

All pointers or help will be much appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

venki
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