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Default Displaying images stored in a DB on a Web Form

I have many images stored in an MS-SQL table. I can write, read, and display the images in a WinApp. For deployment issues, I need to covert the end-user UI to a WebApp. So all the back-end stuff of storing and retrieving the image I know how to do.
What I need help with is displaying the image in a Web Form without first writing it to a file on the hard drive.
How can I display the image on a Web Form directly from the DB?
I can't believe that all the eCommerce sites store the images in an unmanaged folder on the hard drive.

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