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sql server report modifying and replacing embedded image file

Posted on 2014-11-18
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I have a sql server report that has an embedded image file.  When I open the rdl, I see:

  <ReportSections>
    <ReportSection>
      <Body>
        <ReportItems>
          <Image Name="Image1">
            <Source>Embedded</Source>
            <Value>LetterHead4</Value>
            <Sizing>FitProportional</Sizing>
            <Height>1.57292in</Height>
            <Width>7.47918in</Width>
            <Style>
              <Border>
                <Style>None</Style>
              </Border>
            </Style>
          </Image>

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My DBA's have left and I don't know how to find this file.  After I modify this file (if I can find it), I need to replace it with original.  Any suggestions much appreciated.

thanks
Nick
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Have you tried running the reports on the report server and then right clicking over the image and selecting 'save picture as'? This should work with 'external' images but might not work with embedded images.

If not, try this method to extract the embedded image from SSRS
http://beyondrelational.com/modules/2/blogs/65/posts/11587/extracting-images-from-ssrs-reports.aspx
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