After capturing the image,how to transfer the image to image control with picture property using java script
plzzzzzzz help me.
capturing a picture from webcam
i was used TwainControlX for capturing a picture from webcam.
i wrote some code:
alert("Device selection OK");
alert("Device connect OK");
alert("NO IMAGE WAS ACQUIRED");
alert("NO TWAIN DEVICE INSTALLED");
after acquire how to transfer image into image control without saving in disk.this image control is html control.
is it possible to transfer image into image control without saving in disk
plzzz help me
im storing image filename in db uploaded through upload control and images in a physical path.. i need to bind the images in repeater control using filename from db and physical path..
how to do it please help me..
Do one thing, go to the rendered web page right click on the image icon and click on the property option and check the address of the image, you will come to know what is the issue with the path/filename [might be the value from session not getting appended properly].
if you want to bind/associate image details on data bound event, you need to do following,
step 1. Identify the layout controls inside the repeater. Say if you have a Table layout which is repeating for each row of data source. You need to capture that in that data bound event handler. (To do that you might need to add a runat = server in case of a table layout )
step 2. Once the layout control is identified, find the image control ( assuming that in aspx file you must have provided an image control inside layout to display the images). Then set required property of that images.
NB: Row Bound event handler's event argument should give you the data from database i.e image title, image path etc.
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