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To put it simply - it would work if only one of you were editing the database at a time. If both of you were to edit the database, it could corrupt the file, discard each other changes or cause sync issues. By the way, have you considered Google Docs?
Your Sharepoint db instance will have a ReportingService_weirdsequenceofcharacters database. It stores report execution and performance metrics. There is a view called ExecutionLog2 in that database which has 3 Times. Use them to find whether the bottleneck is sql, report processing, or rendering. You should also be able to compare these values to the values ...
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