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setValid(false) doesn't prevent a drop

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Daniel asked on 04 Aug 2015, 06:18 PM

I am using Kendo UI 2005 Q2 release (v2015.2.624) with Angular JS. I have the following drop event handler to prevent an in valid drop based on the destination node type.

         $scope.onDropTreeNode = function (e)
        {
            var destinationNode = $("#ruleTreeView").data("kendoTreeView").dataItem(e.destinationNode);
            
            if(destinationNode.nodeType != 3)
            {
                console.debug("Can't drop in node type: " + destinationNode.nodeType);
                e.setValid(false);
                console.debug(e);
            }
        }

The event handler is invoked as expected, the IF statement executed, and both console.debug statements print out the debugging message/object content. I can see that the "valid" data field is set to false in the event object:

Object {originalEvent: MouseEvent, sourceNode: li#ruleTreeView_tv_active.k-item.ng-scope, destinationNode: li.k-item.ng-scope, valid: false, dropTarget: span.k-in.k-state-hover…}

HOWEVER, the Tree View control still allows the drop even though the valid == false. I was expecting the drop to be reverted after e.setValid(false).

By the way, this is running in Chrome Version 44.0.2403.130 m (64-bit).

I am facing a tight deadline, so any help is much appreciated!

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Alex Gyoshev
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answered on 05 Aug 2015, 02:09 PM

Hello Daniel,

This bug was resolved in the latest internal builds, and is included in the Q2 SP1, which is released today.

Regards,
Alex Gyoshev
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