JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.4.2

java.awt.dnd
Class DragSourceDragEvent

java.lang.Object
  extended byjava.util.EventObject
      extended byjava.awt.dnd.DragSourceEvent
          extended byjava.awt.dnd.DragSourceDragEvent
All Implemented Interfaces:
Serializable

public class DragSourceDragEvent
extends DragSourceEvent

The DragSourceDragEvent is delivered from the DragSourceContextPeer, via the DragSourceContext, to the DragSourceListener registered with that DragSourceContext and with its associated DragSource.

The DragSourceDragEvent reports the target drop action and the user drop action that reflect the current state of the drag operation.

Target drop action is one of DnDConstants that represents the drop action selected by the current drop target if this drop action is supported by the drag source or DnDConstants.ACTION_NONE if this drop action is not supported by the drag source.

User drop action depends on the drop actions supported by the drag source and the drop action selected by the user. The user can select a drop action by pressing modifier keys during the drag operation:

 
   Ctrl + Shift -> ACTION_LINK
   Ctrl         -> ACTION_COPY
   Shift        -> ACTION_MOVE
 
If the user selects a drop action, the user drop action is one of DnDConstants that represents the selected drop action if this drop action is supported by the drag source or DnDConstants.ACTION_NONE if this drop action is not supported by the drag source.

If the user doesn't select a drop action, the set of DnDConstants that represents the set of drop actions supported by the drag source is searched for DnDConstants.ACTION_MOVE, then for DnDConstants.ACTION_COPY, then for DnDConstants.ACTION_LINK and the user drop action is the first constant found. If no constant is found the user drop action is DnDConstants.ACTION_NONE.

Since:
1.2
See Also:
Serialized Form

Field Summary
 
Fields inherited from class java.util.EventObject
source
 
Constructor Summary
DragSourceDragEvent(DragSourceContext dsc, int dropAction, int actions, int modifiers)
          Constructs a DragSourceDragEvent.
DragSourceDragEvent(DragSourceContext dsc, int dropAction, int actions, int modifiers, int x, int y)
          Constructs a DragSourceDragEvent given the specified DragSourceContext, user drop action, target drop action, modifiers and coordinates.
 
Method Summary
 int getDropAction()
          This method returns the logical intersection of the user drop action, the target drop action and the set of drop actions supported by the drag source.
 int getGestureModifiers()
          This method returns an int representing the current state of the input device modifiers associated with the user's gesture.
 int getGestureModifiersEx()
          This method returns an int representing the current state of the input device extended modifiers associated with the user's gesture.
 int getTargetActions()
          This method returns the target drop action.
 int getUserAction()
          This method returns the user drop action.
 
Methods inherited from class java.awt.dnd.DragSourceEvent
getDragSourceContext, getLocation, getX, getY
 
Methods inherited from class java.util.EventObject
getSource, toString
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

DragSourceDragEvent

public DragSourceDragEvent(DragSourceContext dsc,
                           int dropAction,
                           int actions,
                           int modifiers)
Constructs a DragSourceDragEvent. This class is typically instantiated by the DragSourceContextPeer rather than directly by client code. The coordinates for this DragSourceDragEvent are not specified, so getLocation will return null for this event.

Parameters:
dsc - the DragSourceContext that is to manage notifications for this event.
dropAction - the user drop action.
actions - the target drop action.
modifiers - the modifier keys down during event (shift, ctrl, alt, meta) Either extended _DOWN_MASK or old _MASK modifiers should be used, but both models should not be mixed in one event. Use of the extended modifiers is preferred.
See Also:
InputEvent, DragSourceEvent.getLocation()

DragSourceDragEvent

public DragSourceDragEvent(DragSourceContext dsc,
                           int dropAction,
                           int actions,
                           int modifiers,
                           int x,
                           int y)
Constructs a DragSourceDragEvent given the specified DragSourceContext, user drop action, target drop action, modifiers and coordinates.

Parameters:
dsc - the DragSourceContext associated with this event.
dropAction - the user drop action.
actions - the target drop action.
modifiers - the modifier keys down during event (shift, ctrl, alt, meta) Either extended _DOWN_MASK or old _MASK modifiers should be used, but both models should not be mixed in one event. Use of the extended modifiers is preferred.
x - the horizontal coordinate for the cursor location
y - the vertical coordinate for the cursor location
Since:
1.4
See Also:
InputEvent
Method Detail

getTargetActions

public int getTargetActions()
This method returns the target drop action.

Returns:
the target drop action.

getGestureModifiers

public int getGestureModifiers()
This method returns an int representing the current state of the input device modifiers associated with the user's gesture. Typically these would be mouse buttons or keyboard modifiers.

Returns:
the current state of the input device modifiers

getGestureModifiersEx

public int getGestureModifiersEx()
This method returns an int representing the current state of the input device extended modifiers associated with the user's gesture. See InputEvent.getModifiersEx()

Returns:
the current state of the input device extended modifiers
Since:
1.4

getUserAction

public int getUserAction()
This method returns the user drop action.

Returns:
the user drop action.

getDropAction

public int getDropAction()
This method returns the logical intersection of the user drop action, the target drop action and the set of drop actions supported by the drag source.

Returns:
the logical intersection of the user drop action, the target drop action and the set of drop actions supported by the drag source.

JavaTM 2 Platform
Std. Ed. v1.4.2

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