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I need code for drag and drop functionality in javascript.

Here is my scenario.  

I have calendar which is developed dynamically by aspx.net code. Each day  has some divs as children. I have to drag  div from one day and drop to another day. After dropping custom functionality should be called.
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I'm using asp calendar control. I'm attaching div to certain dates. I should drag the divs within dates.
I'm unable to do that event If I use javascirpt
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by:ravifine
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Here is calender conrol code behind. on Calender2_DayRender I'm adding div. This div should drag and droppable in any day of calendar. Some how it didn't work with above javasript file.
protected void Calendar2_DayRender(object sender, DayRenderEventArgs e)

    {
 
 
 

        e.Cell.ID = "cell" + i;
 

        
 

        if (!e.Day.IsOtherMonth)

        {

            e.Cell.Attributes.Add("date", e.Day.Date.ToShortDateString());

            //e.Cell.Style.Add("position", "relative");

            //e.Cell.Style.Add("z-index", "1");

            //jvScriptCell.Append("DragHandler.triggerCalendarPostBack(document.getElementById('" + e.Cell.ClientID + "'));  ");
 

        }

        else

        { 

            e.Cell.Attributes.Add("date", e.Day.Date.ToShortDateString());

           // e.Cell.Style.Add("position", "relative");

            //e.Cell.Style.Add("z-index", "1");

            e.Cell.Attributes.Add("class","forbid");

           

        }

        if (i == 25 || i == 22)

        {
 

            System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlGenericControl div = new System.Web.UI.HtmlControls.HtmlGenericControl("div");

            div.Attributes.Add("schduleId","s" + i);

            div.Attributes.Add("EventId", "e" + i);

            div.Attributes.Add("class", "drag t1");

            div.ID = "div" + i;

            // jvScriptSchedule.Append("DragHandler.attach(document.getElementById('" + div.ClientID + "'));  ");

            //jvScriptSchedule.Append("document.getElementById('" + div.ClientID + "').onmousedown = handler_onmousedown;");

            e.Cell.Controls.Add(div);

        }
 

        if (i++ == 41)

        {
 

           // Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(Type.GetType("System.String"), "ScheduleScript", jvScriptSchedule.ToString(), true);
 

           // Page.ClientScript.RegisterStartupScript(Type.GetType("System.String"), "CellScript", jvScriptCell.ToString(), true);
 
 
 

        }
 
 
 

    } 

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by:ravifine
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it's working now. thanks StevePicks
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