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how can i print an field Tblobfield in a Report (Quick Report)

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how can i print an field Tblobfield in a Report (Quick Report) the field are declared:

Photo  B   (Binary)

Then i need Print these field in a Report can any help me?
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Use a QRImage component and set it like this

QRImage1.Picture.Assign(TBlobField(Table1.FieldByName('WhateverFieldNameIs')));

This should work.  Just make sure the field you specify is a picture.

Heath
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