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Dynamically editable webpage with source in XML

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I am trying to build a web page in VB.net (.net 2.0) that basically is to have following structure:

Name                     Task
James                    Deliver Package           <edit>
Rob                        Finalize Accounts        <edit>
Jim                         Contact client               <edit>

of the above Name information is constant only associated tasks will change, which I plan to do type out. I am trying to have a mechanism in which I am able to edit the tasks in real time. Something like, when I click on edit I am able to modify the task against a particular name and if some other person who opens the page is able to see the changes I have made in tasks and also modify tasks. I have been thinking, of storing it in XML something like following and accessing it to display in the page as well.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<TaskList>
  <TaskPair>
  <Name>Jon</Name>
  <Task>Deliver Package</Task>
  </TaskPair>
  <TaskPair>
  <Name>Rob</Name>
  <Task>Finalize Accounts</Task>
  </TaskPair>
    <TaskPair>
  <Name>Bill</Name>
  <Task>Call Client</Task>
  </TaskPair>
</TaskList>

The number of TaskPair's that will exist will be 5 so basically I will not have more than 5 names and 5 tasks at any time. I am trying to do this VB.net. Please help as on how to go about it. Any code is more than welcome on this.

Thanks      
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