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Displaying Image Dynamically in RDLC Reports

Posted on 2009-04-11
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Hi all,
I am using Local reports(RDLC) to design reports in Asp.net
I need to display image in report.
I have image path in Table.I need to display that image in report.
How can i give the path Dyanmically.Here i need to print Student ID Card.
I am using List control to generate report and took Image control on that.
Any body help me.
Narendra
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udaya kumar laligondla earned 500 total points
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add a image to the row. and set the properties as
source = external
value =FiledName AS shown in the image  
Report.JPG
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by:gpinfotech
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Thanks for reply,It is working fine,
And Images are displayed properly.
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