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Refreshing browser shows other users report

Refreshing browser shows other users report

Refreshing browser shows other users report

Okay, I have an odd thing happening and I am trying to pinpoint where the problem is.

I am running 8.5 using the ASP pages to show reports.  I have a form that a user selects a report and it passes a parameter to the report for record selection formula and the report shows fine.  

This works fine for the most part, however, I noticed that if I select a report on both browsers at the exact same time -- if one browser is still loading the report, the parameters from the second machine is what gets shown on the first machine.  (I can hit refresh on the first machine and then it shows fine) So somewhere Crystal is getting confused as to the formula it is passing.

I have slightly modified the asp pages that show the reports, but it is not much different than the samples.  (I do have the latest ones, too)

Here is another note:  I have both machines sitting right next to each other so I can see this happening: Lets say I request a report on machine 1 and immediately request the same report on machine 2 (but have a different formula passed) Machine 1 will load showing the correct data then immediately the second machine will load the correct data, but the first machine quickly changes to the data on the second machine!!  This all happens within a second of each other, so it is real quick to see and you have to time it to get it to duplicate.  

Any help to fix this would be appreciated.

Tim P.

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