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paul orsillo
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paul orsillo asked on 07 Sep 2010, 07:40 PM
Hi,

Can anyone tell me what the default behavior for RadDragAndDropManager.AddDropInfoHandler (and the other RadDragAndDropManager.AddxxxHandlers) regarding events that were marked as handled by other elements?

Specifically do events that were marked as handled by other elements get routed to these handlers as well?

More specifically, if I have an EventManager.RegisterClassHandler to handle MouseLeftButtonDown events will those routedevents be routed to my RadDragAndDropManager handlers as well? EventManager.RegisterClassHandler has a handledEventsToo boolean parameter that forces this behavior for those events. Does RadDragAndDropManager have an equivalent?  (It doesn't according to Intellisense).

Thank you,
Paul.

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Tsvyatko
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answered on 10 Sep 2010, 01:53 PM
Hi paul orsillo,

Straight to your question:

Q: More specifically, if I have an EventManager.RegisterClassHandler to handle MouseLeftButtonDown events will those routed events be routed to my RadDragAndDropManager handlers as well?

A: Even you handle MouseLeftButtonDown event the event will bubble to the RadDragAndDropManager, since it is subscribed for handled events as well. This means that Drag/Drop Info/Query will be raised and will not be affected by handling the mouse events.

Please, let me know if you have any further assistance.


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