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Needs Dynamic Image display in crystal report 9.0

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Hi All,

          I stored a FileName(ImageName) in my Database and stored image in separate folder... I need to display that corresponding image in my Crystal report 9.0... How i display that image in my report....

                   Thanks in Advance.......
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by:peter57r
ID: 22838705
Use of external images can't be done in CR until version 11 (XI).
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by:archrajan
ID: 22838717
Hi,

        Is there no way to display images in CR 9.0?
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by:peter57r
ID: 22838835
You can display images in all versions of CR.

You can't use external file links until version 11.

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by:archrajan
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Hi All,

        I need to display my images in my Crystal report... It's very URGENT... Can anyone help me?
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by:mlmcc
ID: 22851908
The easy way is to store the image in the database.

You can also use a formula to select the image but you only get 1 image, I don't think you can vary it from record to record.

mlmcc
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by:archrajan
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Hi,
 
      Thanks for ur response....

       My problem is, I'm not stored the image in my database.. I stored  image name only in my DB.... Images are stored in separate folder...  How can i display that image in my Crystal report....
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by:peter57r
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You can't do that until CR version 11.

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by:archrajan
ID: 22948208
Hi,
 
        I need to display it in Crystal report 10? What can i do?
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by:mlmcc
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Yiou can store the image in the database.

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by:archrajan
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Hi,

       How can i store the image directly in my database.... Do u have any sample code
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mlmcc earned 500 total points
ID: 22963038
It depends on the database.

I don't have any code.

mlmcc
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by:archrajan
ID: 23027871
Hi,

       How can i store the image directly in my database.... Do u have any sample code..any one help...
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by:peter57r
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You would need to ask that Q in a zone which deals with your dbms.
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