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Hello All,
I created a web based application using vb.net,sql 2000 and crystal
reports11. Basically the application should be able to print invoices using
crystal reports. It is able to do that.

However when multiple users start using the application and send printing
requests together at the same time because the multiple instances of the
application is running the sequence of printing is messed up as they all send
print requests in between other request and the output is not good.

Is there a way i can control this. Basically i want to hold the other print
request until the first application has finished execution and then start
with the next one and so on.

Any help will be greatly appreciated.







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