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Display Image in SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services Report

Posted on 2006-06-12
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My report is based on a view that contains a column called FQImageFileName. The value of this column is a fully qualified file name that is different on each record, e.g.

record 1 might be localhost/cats/images/violationist/1.jpg
record 2 might be localhost/cats/images/violationist/12345.jpg
etc

What kind of control do I place on the report in order to display these images?
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I just solved the problem, by setting the Value property of the image control to an expression as follows:

Fields!FQImageFileName.Value
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