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OnItemDragging

This event is fired when a TreeListDataItem is being dragged.

element used for representing the dragged row
Fired by RadTreeList
Arguments get_canDrop() - bool indicating whether the item can be dropped at that position. This property returns true by default, except if the user is trying to perform an invalid reorder operation - e.g. dropping a parent item over its own child, or dropping an item onto itself. This is useful in the cases, when the developer needs to change the 'drop clue' icon in order to notify the user that it is not possible to perform this operation
set_canDrop(bool) - sets a bool indicating whether the item can be dropped at that position. Setting this property to true means that if the user tries to drop the item at this point, all further drag and drop operations will be canceled (OnItemDropping and OnItemDropped events won't be triggered)
get_domEvent() - the DOM event
get_draggedContainer() - the
get_isOverHeaderItem() - bool indicating whether the dragged item is over the header item
get_targetItem() - gets the target item
set_dropClueVisible(bool) - sets whether the drop clue (an arrow image in front of the dragged row) should be visible
Can be canceled No

Example

function ItemDragStarted(sender, eventArgs) {
    alert("Started dragging item with id: " + eventArgs.get_item().get_id());
}

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