I have a web app that generates report cards for online viewing. The school wants to be able to email these report cards as web pages, sans security. This could be tough to do as a result of the session variables that are set when a user logs on to the site. Is there a clean way to do this (with cdo sys I assume?)? Is there a way to create the report, convert it to a pdf, and send it off in one fell swoop? Is the only real option to use fso and send them as text files? Is it even a good idea to do this? Would it be better to simply send an email that says the report cards are online via their secure log in to the site? Any thoughts and/or advice is much appreciated.
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