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Thread began 9/14/2009 7:19 am by sturgisk383938 | Last modified 9/14/2009 8:23 pm by sturgisk383938 | 1039 views | 5 replies

tom92909Beta Tester

To answer your question, we need to get some background information upfront...

1. SQL table structure :
Do you have a specific field in your table that DataAssist calls that is "reserved" specifically for an image filename?

2. The actual images directory :
Will that ever change?

In order to move forward here, I'm going to assume the following..

1. Yes you have a specific field reserved for an image filename.
2. The images directory is permanent and unique.


The following should come as some help...

<img  src="images/<?php echo $row_WADARecordset1['image_fieldname']; ?>" width="1024" height="768" border="0">

In the above code, I'm using a standard HTML tag for an image and then combining the static images directory along with a dynamic PHP call to the DataAssist image filename binding, then I'm identifying the width and height and no border.

The Recordset and image_fieldname should match whatever they actually are in your configuration.

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