Problem with drag and drop components in IE11

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  1. zhivko.zhelezov
    zhivko.zhelezov avatar
    31 posts
    Member since:
    May 2011

    Posted 07 Dec 2015 Link to this post


    I am having the following drag and drop scenario, which works under Chrome, but not with IE (11 or 10). I have an angular directive which consists of grid with single selection. In the link function, when the grid is populated with data, I convert it to kendoDraggable element via the following code:


    function addDragDropTagSearchGrid() {
        filter: "tbody > tr.k-state-selected",
        cursorOffset: { top: 10, left: 10 },
        hint: function (e) {
            item = $('<div class="k-grid k-widget" style="background-color: lightblue; color: black;"><table><tbody><tr>Tag: ' +$scope.dataItem.tag + '/s</tr></tbody></table></div>');
             return item;
         dragend: function (e) {

    In my main application, I have a div marked with id="dropArea", and when all of the html is rendered, I convert it to drop area via the following code:


    vm.addDropToChartSeries = function () {
                    drop: function (e) {

    Everything works as expected, using Chrome. But after testing it with any version of IE, I end up with the following error when I select a row from the draggable grid and start to drag it:

    SCRIPT65535: Invalid calling object

    File: jquery.js, Line: 3099, Column: 5

    But this happens only the first time after the page is refreshed. If I try to drag another row the following problem appears:


    SCRIPT5007: Unable to get property 'ownerDocument' of undefined or null reference

    File: jquery.js, Line: 1430, Column: 2


    I am using jquery v2.1.4 & Kendo UI v2015.3.930.


    Any help will be much appreciated! 

  2. Petyo
    Petyo avatar
    2436 posts

    Posted 09 Dec 2015 Link to this post

    Hello zhivko,


    this does not sound like a known issue. We will need to reproduce it on our side to assist further. My guess is that the angular context should not cause the error. I may be wrong though. You may use our dojo to replicate the problem. 


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