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XPS Document storage and retrival

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :C#
 

Store individual xps documents

On a monthly basis, individual Team Leads produce a 4 column report based upon the previous months report.  Most of the time there are no changes and only one column would be updated if needed on each individual Team Lead report.  Currently, a email is sent to each Team Lead with the attached previous months report. 

I would like to store each Team Leads monthly report as a xps document and have each Team Lead update their respective monthly report online.  No more need to send emails with attachments.




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