Incorporates the source data into the target window, removes target feedback,
and releases the data object.
| IDataObject * pDataObject,
||//IDataObject interface for the source data
| DWORD grfKeyState,
||//Current state of keyboard modifier keys
| POINTL pt,
||//Current cursor coordinates
| DWORD * pdwEffect
||//Effect of the drag-and-drop operation
[in] Points to the data object being transferred in the drag-and-drop
operation. The data is represented in the IDataObject
[in] Identifies the current state of the keyboard modifier keys on the
keyboard. Valid values can be a combination of any of the flags MK_CONTROL, MK_SHIFT,
MK_ALT, MK_BUTTON, MK_LBUTTON, MK_MBUTTON, and MK_RBUTTON.
[in] Points to the current cursor coordinates in the coordinate space of the
drop target window.
[in, out] Specifies the current effect flag. Valid values are from the
The function completed its tasks successfully.
Out of memory.
One or more arguments are invalid.
An unexpected error occurred.
function calls this method when the user completes the drag-and-drop
, you must incorporate the data object into the target. You can use the
formats available in IDataObject
along with the current state of the modifier keys to determine how the data
is to be incorporated. This can be, for example, linking the data or embedding
In addition to incorporating the data, you must also clean up as you do in the IDropTarget::DragLeave
- Remove any target feedback that is currently displayed.
- Release any references to the data object.
You also pass the effect of this operation back to the source application
so the source application can clean up after the drag-and-drop operation is
- Remove any source feedback that is currently displaying.
- Make any necessary changes to the data, for example, removing the data if the
operation was a move.
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