Last month I was able to complete development for the SysDOCS application I had been involved with since last February. SysDOCS is a web-based (ASP.NET) application that also interfaces with our current CMS (Content Management System) application at ETC, PeopleSoft. The application provides ETC staff ("admin" side of application) with the capability to create and maintain "checklists" of various ETC systems-related documentation - "datasheets" and "cutsheets". On the "user" side of the application, users can then work with these "checklists" to then compile these documents (.pdf files) into outputs of either a single merged .pdf file or a combined DVD of the .pdf files. These deliverables are then given to ETC reps and dealers. SysDOCS involves the following technologies: .NET framework 4.0, LINQ (Language Integrated Query), Entity Framework, ASP.NET Web Forms, Microsoft SQL Server, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and C#. The system greatly reduced the amount of time involved to compile the documentation compared to the previous process. It also dramatically improved the reliability of version control for the documentation. Through the project I gained valuable experience with technologies involvng file generation and manipulation (.ISO images and .pdf files) as well as further exposure to creating dynamic webpage layouts and formatting.