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Eclipse BIRT Report Developer Guide
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How to insert a linked image

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Drag the image element from the palette, and drop it in the desired location on the page. Edit Image Item appears, as shown in Figure 5‑2.

Figure 5-3 Edit Image Item dialog

Figure 5‑2
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To link to images whose URIs are stored in a database, use the following procedure. The procedure assumes you have already created a data set that includes the field, which stores the URIs to the images.

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In the expression builder, select the data set field that stores the locations of the images, then choose OK. Figure 5‑3 shows an example of selecting a data set field named URL, which stores the URLs to images.

Figure 5-4 The expression builder showing a selected data set field that stores the URLs to images

Figure 5‑3
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To type a specific URL, choose the arrow button next to the expression builder button, and choose Constant. Type the URL.
https://mysite.com/images/companylogo.jpg
file:///c:/myprojects/images/companylogo.jpg
You would specify a local file system location only for testing in the early stages of report development. A deployed report cannot access resources on a local machine.
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To specify an expression that evaluates to a URL at report run time, choose the expression builder button to construct the expression.

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