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public enum class: DropMode [javadoc | source]
java.lang.Enum
   javax.swing.DropMode
Drop modes, used to determine the method by which a component tracks and indicates a drop location during drag and drop.
Field Summary
public  DropMode USE_SELECTION    A component's own internal selection mechanism (or caret for text components) should be used to track the drop location. 
public  DropMode ON    The drop location should be tracked in terms of the index of existing items. Useful for dropping on items in tables, lists, and trees. 
public  DropMode INSERT    The drop location should be tracked in terms of the position where new data should be inserted. For components that manage a list of items (list and tree for example), the drop location should indicate the index where new data should be inserted. For text components the location should represent a position between characters. For components that manage tabular data (table for example), the drop location should indicate where to insert new rows, columns, or both, to accommodate the dropped data. 
public  DropMode INSERT_ROWS    The drop location should be tracked in terms of the row index where new rows should be inserted to accommodate the dropped data. This is useful for components that manage tabular data. 
public  DropMode INSERT_COLS    The drop location should be tracked in terms of the column index where new columns should be inserted to accommodate the dropped data. This is useful for components that manage tabular data. 
public  DropMode ON_OR_INSERT    This mode is a combination of ON and INSERT, specifying that data can be dropped on existing items, or in insert locations as specified by INSERT
public  DropMode ON_OR_INSERT_ROWS    This mode is a combination of ON and INSERT_ROWS, specifying that data can be dropped on existing items, or as insert rows as specified by INSERT_ROWS
public  DropMode ON_OR_INSERT_COLS    This mode is a combination of ON and INSERT_COLS, specifying that data can be dropped on existing items, or as insert columns as specified by INSERT_COLS