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    Uibinder for drag and drop


    Hopefully this isn't a dumb question.

    I wanted to know how to use droptarget with uibinder? I'm trying to combine the borderlayout uibinder example with the basic dnd example. I trying to place the dragable items to the center layout and make the west layout the droptarget. I'm very new to uibinder and am having trouble. I imported the package the holds DropTarget and just added it under the west layout under the SimpleContainer like so:

    Code:
    <container:SimpleContainer>
       <container:child layoutData="{outerData}">
         <container:BorderLayoutContainer ui:field="con" borders="true">
           <container:north layoutData="{northData}">
             <gxt:ContentPanel />
           </container:north>
           <container:west layoutData="{westData}">
             <dnd:DropTarget /> 
             <gxt:ContentPanel />
           </container:west>
           <container:center layoutData="{centerData}">
             <gxt:ContentPanel headingText="BorderLayout UiBinder Example" resize="false">
               <g:FlexTable />
             </gxt:ContentPanel>
           </container:center>
           <container:east layoutData="{eastData}">
             <gxt:ContentPanel />
           </container:east>
           <container:south layoutData="{southData}">
             <gxt:ContentPanel />
           </container:south>
         </container:BorderLayoutContainer>
       </container:child>
     </container:SimpleContainer>
    When I run it, it doesn't build anything. Is it even possible to use droptarget in uibinder?

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    I figured it out. I had to had another container, one for the source and one for the droptarget. I removed the DropTarget from the container. That didn't do anything.