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Default Automation error The object invoked has disconnect

Hi,

I'm getting the following error while generating crystal reports from ASP page interns call VB-COM passing back html file to ASP.

The crystal report is invoked from VB Component.

'Automation error The object invoked has disconnected from its clients'

Tried with many available solutions like changing crystal reports dependency files etc. but still getting this sporadic error.

is this problem some thing with windows? i'm using windows2003/VB 6,Crystal reports 8.5 SP3.

if any one come across this problem/has solution pl share it with me.


Thanks in Advance
seeven





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