Hi Guys,

I got confuse of how to display images through my database to the image path:

Here is what I'm trying to do.

Actually what I'm doing - i'm passing id to the controller and popup the window below:
function Showitems(id) {
            var url = "@System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["webUrl"]";
            url = url + "Inventory/Itemsrefer/" + id;
  , '_blank',"width=1200, height=800", 'resizable=No');

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"WebUrl" in web.config = <add key="webUrl" value="" />

This is my popup window where the image should come up:

    ViewBag.Title = "Picture";
    Layout = null;

@model ALThompsonCRM.Models.ViewModel.ItemPic

            <div id="divMyTags">
                <div class="existingTag">
                    <a class="closeButton" href="#" onclick="deleteme(@Model.picid);"></a>
                    <img alt="@Model.itemTitle" width="300" height="300" id="@Model.itemID" src="http://" />
            </div><br />
            @*<a href="#" onclick="makememain(@Model.picid)">Make this main picture</a>*@


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I have database that much between item number to picture name which located in some path that i have access to.

Here is my server side code which I really don't know what i did:):
  public ActionResult Picture(int id)
            ALThompsonCRMEntities db = new ALThompsonCRMEntities();
            ItemPic objpic = new ItemPic();
            var img = db.t_Item_Picture.Where(p => p.ItemId == id);

            if (id != null)
                string docPath = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["docPath"].ToString();


            return View(objpic);


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Thanks ,
Moti Mashiah.NET DeveloperAsked:
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Moti Mashiah.NET DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Solved the issue:

Here is the solution
 public ActionResult Picture(int id)
            ALThompsonCRMEntities _db = new ALThompsonCRMEntities();
            var ip = _db.t_Item_Picture.Where(p => p.ItemId == id).Select(p => new ItemPic { picid = p.Id, picName = p.Pic_Name, itemTitle = p.Item_Title, itemID = p.ItemId }).ToList();
            ItemPic ipc = new Models.ViewModel.ItemPic();
            ipc.itemID = id;
            ipc.lstPics = ip;
            if (ip.Count <= 0)
                rmsmasterdbtestEntities _rms = new rmsmasterdbtestEntities();
                var im = _rms.Items.Where(p => p.ID == id).FirstOrDefault();
                ipc.itemTitle = im.Description;
                ipc.picName = im.PictureName;
                int i = 0;
                foreach (var itm in ip)
                    if (i == 0)
                        ipc.itemTitle = itm.itemTitle;
                        ipc.picName = itm.picName;
                        i = 1;

            return View(ipc);

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