It would be really cool to instead of having to use the file system for storing images, have built in support for storing the images in a database and using RadBinaryImage to display the images.
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answered on 01 Nov 2010, 01:18 PM
RadEditor is using RadFileExplorer to provide the file browsing functionality for its dialogs. RadFileExplorer supports the implementation of a custom FileBrowserContentProvider. You can find an example of Custom DataBase content provider implemented to the RadEditor's ImageManager dialog in the following Live Demo: Custom File Dialogs Content Provider
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