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Drag and Drop within the diagram editor [message #234087] Thu, 18 June 2009 12:14 Go to next message
Lavanya K C is currently offline Lavanya K CFriend
Messages: 23
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi

I want to drag a diagram node(move)and and drop the same on a connection
on my GMF diagram editor. This should rearrange my nodes and connection.I
am using a fixed custom layout.

I added a DragDropEditPolicy on the node and overrided getDropCommand to
customize the drop behaviour. But this does not work.

Do I have to do something in XXXBaseItemSemanticEditPolicy#getMoveCommand
as this returns 'null' presently.

Thanks for any help

Lavanya.
Re: Drag and Drop within the diagram editor [message #234371 is a reply to message #234087] Mon, 22 June 2009 04:57 Go to previous message
Lavanya K C is currently offline Lavanya K CFriend
Messages: 23
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I am still having problems getting this working. Can someone suggest me
what exactly I will have to do to override the move behavior in my GMF
generated editor?

Thanks for any help,
Lavanya.

Lavanya K C wrote:

> Hi

> I want to drag a diagram node(move)and and drop the same on a connection
> on my GMF diagram editor. This should rearrange my nodes and connection.I
> am using a fixed custom layout.

> I added a DragDropEditPolicy on the node and overrided getDropCommand to
> customize the drop behaviour. But this does not work.

> Do I have to do something in XXXBaseItemSemanticEditPolicy#getMoveCommand
> as this returns 'null' presently.

> Thanks for any help

> Lavanya.
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