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How do I place an image next to a database item in SQL Reporting Services

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In 2005 SQL Reporting Services, I'm trying to run a report that places an image next to a database item.  The Image is located on the Web Server as a jpeg.  The Image File Name is in the database table with the database item.  I'm using the following value in the image property and its not working.  http://WebServer/Fields!ImageFileName.Value    Any ideas on correct syntax?
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I figured out the correct syntax ="http://WebServer/" & Fields!ImageFileName.Value
I needed double quotes around the Server and then the & sign to add the File Path.
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