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How to implement Drag Drop Directories on a TreeView from File System?

Posted on 2007-12-04
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I want to drop a directory containing sub directories and files. The Treeview should populate same hirarchy as on file system directories have.
In drop event I know how to handle files or nodes from other TreeView but how I can get Directories/ folder information in Drop or Drag event?
Any example for idea?
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