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How to dynamically add images to repeater.

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I have a database : dbimages.
Table : mstimages (contains one field imageid and path)
con - sqlconn
I want to assign all images to repeater.
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you have two options: adding image via ItemTemplate or via code-behind.

ItemTemplate is simpler:

<ItemTemplate>
<asp:Image ID='<%#
Container.DataItem("ImgID") %>' Runat="Server" ImageUrl='<%#
Container.DataItem("ImgPath") %>'/>
</ItemTemplate>
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