Project Server 2007 Timesheet Tied-Mode Service and Event Handler

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This project is used with Microsoft Project Server 2007. It consists of an NT service, an event handler, a test app and installer. The event handler is fired when a tiemsheet is saved. The handler saves the timesheet info in a SQL table. The NT service (TSAutoStatus) polls...

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