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cancelRowDrop

fires on moving a mouse pointer out of borders of a row while dragging the row

cancelRowDrop: (data: IDragInfo, events: MouseEvent) => any;

Parameters:

  • data: object - data object
  • events: MouseEvent - a native HTML event object

Example

treegrid.events.on("CancelRowDrop", function(data, events) {  // your logic here});

Related sample: TreeGrid. Events

The data object contains the following parameters:

start(string, number) the id of a row, from which the dragging process has started
source(array) an array with ids of dragged rows
target(string, number) the id of a potential target row

Change log:

added in v7.0