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Scheduling and Retrieving Business Objects Reports through MS Access VBA

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We distribute several hundred reports at the 1st and middle of the month.  We have an Access database where we track the reports - who they go to, where they are stored, etc.  In order to have a central location, we also have the Business Objects  reports documented here and with the prior version of BO, we were able to submit them to the BCA and then retrieve them and store them as the proper file type (which was documented in our Access database).   With the XI release the DocAgentOption is no longer available.  Can anyone help me with how (or even if) I can schedule reports and retrieve them with XI.  Thanks!
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I'm working on it as I have time.  It's taking me awhile to figure out what references I need.
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I had this document and your post helped confirm I was on the right track.  
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