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Simple method of binding PictureBox Image to Datatable

Is there a simple way to bind a PictureBox image to a datatable??
I've tried
pictureBox.Data Bindings.Add("B ackgroundImage" , dt1, "Picture");

But it doesn't seem to work.

Do I have to go to the trouble of creating memorystreams?? I thought there
was an easy way in VS 2005 / .Net 2.0

Apr 16 '06 #1
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You would have to reference an image that was stored in the DataTable *as*
an image. I'm guessing that "Picture" is the name of a DataColumn? What
exactly is stored in there? Pure binary data?


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Is there a simple way to bind a PictureBox image to a datatable??
I've tried
pictureBox.Data Bindings.Add("B ackgroundImage" , dt1, "Picture");

But it doesn't seem to work.

Do I have to go to the trouble of creating memorystreams?? I thought there
was an easy way in VS 2005 / .Net 2.0


Apr 16 '06 #2

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