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Can you please help me to show an image inside a repeater which is bound to an IEnumerableobject using LINQ.

I want to view the image properly in the web page.
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Updated 24-Nov-09 22:35pm
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View image in repeater does not relates anything in LINQ.

Using Linq you create IEnumerable List, so just bind it to the Repeater control using

Repeater.DataSource = IEnumerableObject;
Repeater.DataBind();  


Now to view image you need to store the image into a valid location (might be a temporary folder) / you can directly write in Response Stream.

Do this in ItemDataBound eventhandler.

protected void rptImages_ItemDataBound(object sender, RepeaterItemEventArgs e)
{
  if (e.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.AlternatingItem || 
                e.Item.ItemType == ListItemType.Item)
  {
string imagename = yourimagename;
HtmlImage imgImage = e.Item.FindControl("img") as HtmlImage;
string imagepath = Path.Combine(Path.Combine(Request.PhysicalApplicationPath, 
"tempImages"), imagename);
if (!File.Exists(imagepath))
      File.WriteAllBytes(imagepath, image.Image);
 imgImage.Src = "~/tempImages/" + imagename;
imgImage.Attributes["title"] = imagename; 
}
}

Remember to modify yourimagename with the filename you want for the particular image.

I have shown this using temporary folder, you can easily modify this using a separate handler and write the entire filebytes in response stream.

 
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