Display images dynamically on report

I am creating a directory report in Crystal 2013 SP 1 and using in SQL Server stored procedure as a data source.  My image files are stored on a folder on the server with a path reference in the table for each record.  The path references are not complete in that the beginning of the url is not present and must be assumed.  (I'm a newbie so there probably a term for this)  the path in the table is like /Portrait/Member/folder/folder//filename.png
I have added an image to my report, chose format graphic | picture | graphic location and have added the field there.  This doesn’t work.  I added a formula and concantante with the rest of the path and then added the formula there.  This didn’t work either.  I just see my original image repeated.
Can anyone help me figure this out?
Thanks mbooher
Michele BooherAsked:
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Éric MoreauSenior .Net ConsultantCommented:
are you using a standalone Crystal report or is it through an application?

if you call it through a .net application, you should load your image into a byte array, add it to a dataset and push that dataset to your report. this is shown under "Feeding a custom chart " from http://emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2006/10/Crystal-Reports--Part-II.aspx

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Michele BooherAuthor Commented:
Thank you Eric.  I will study this.
For the format method to work, you will need to include the full path to the image files.

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