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The maximum report processing jobs limit configured by your system administrator has been

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I recieve this error, and 1 of the issues I read was:
"1. The crystal report version installed on your server does not match the version used on your code
2. The crsytal report assemblies installed on the server do not match with the assemblies specified on your web.config."

This is a correct statement.
I have on the web server, SAP Crystal reprots for Visual studio and the Runtime engine are both at 13.0.10.1385
When I add the CR assemblies, in the Web.config show up as version 13.0.2000 as well as in the properties of the web in references.

I know you can increase in the reg for this issue, as well as ensuring that
 Response.ClearContent()
        Response.ClearHeaders()
        Report.Dispose()
are executed in the code.

Could this be the references and version installed are different, resulting in the runtime report error that happens after 75 admin processes?
And if so, how can I match the versions to the installed versions?
Thanks
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by:Ido Millet
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I don't think this is a version mismatch issue.  It is exactly what it states, the Crystal runtime limit the number of concurrent "print jobs."  If you Google this, you will find explanations for the nature of this restriction.
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by:varun Mishra
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In case we wish to download PDF or other format we can close and Dispose report Doc Object .  if we are trying to view report on Viewer we generally stores Document on session variable please close that doc properly before calling another Report example given below


            if (Session["Report"] != null)
            {
                rpt = (CrystalDecisions.CrystalReports.Engine.ReportDocument)Session["Report"];
                rpt.Close();
            }
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