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Show image in <asp:DetailsView

Posted on 2012-03-30
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As you can see in the screenshot I have at the bottom a list made with <asp:DetailsView  and <asp:BoundField , Now I would like to add the users image to this View.
But how do I do this in asp.net AND how can I save it in SQL server ?
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code is in attachment
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I think I'm not gonna store my images in SQL but in a windows folder, I thought it might be interesting to do it, but it looks much harder to do than just in a windows folder.
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