Put the result in a hidden field and post the form, or make it a
parameter in an Ajax call. The server side of things is no different
than any regular form posting.

On Mar 10, 5:13 pm, Marian Briones <mbrio...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I've got the drag and drop capability; it's getting it to talk to a form and
> pass values somehow to enter info in a db.

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