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Display Service User Photo on SharePoint Dashboard

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I am building a simple 'dashboard' for a client that will enable them to search for a service user name, which will display by means of web part connections all related documents and list entries for that service user.  Each service user also has a photo that is stored in a list.

I would like the search results to display the service user's photo, not just a link to the photo in a web part.

Any ideas?

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010
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The above solution does not cover SharePoint Foundation.

I have since found my own solution using data connections for web parts.
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I found my own solution.
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