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QuestionDrag Drop from .net application to outside it Pin
Aseem Sharma26-Feb-10 2:56
Aseem Sharma26-Feb-10 2:56 
Hi all,

I am working on a Win32 application. We are enhancing it by creating some part of UI in .Net/WPF. Our core code is in C/C++ and some part of UI is in .Net/WPF. And We integrate these modules (C/C++ and .Net) via Managed C++.

Now I have to provide drag drop support. I need to drag some content from .Net UI and dropping it in C++/Win32 UI.

Can anybody help me knowing how to go about it?

Or let me know please how to implement drag drop from outside a .Net application (I mean drag from a .Net application and dropping outside it)

If some sample code or hyper-link can is there, please let me know.

Thanks and Regards
Aseem
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