If you open the table viewer you will not see a table named "IMPORT INSPECTION IMAGES". Info Load does not create a traditional table. Rather it creates a link between a field value and the image -- which I think is stored in the special $Info table.
I haven't tried it, but you might try BINARY load of a qvw that contains INFO LOADed dat and see if you can use that as a data source.
Thank you for the quick response.
I've played around with the BINARY load and it seems to work well. My only concern is that I need to send incremental data which will require multiple BINARY loads which it seems isn't possible in QlikView.
What I do like about the solution is that I can send one QVW instead of multiple QVDs at a time. Also, the QVW takes the picture with it (using BUNDLE INFO LOAD).
Any ideas on how to load multiple QVW files into one new QVW using a BINARY load?