@hauhuynh thanks for the additional details. That many Crystal Reeports and more is something that is actually a very common use case for most of the folks that use .rpt Inspector Online. And depending on your environment (how fast your computer is, your hard drive, and network connection) it will determine just how quickly those reports are processed.
Do remember that .rpt Inspector Online has to open each and every Crystal Report you specify one at a time, retrieve the information about the various objects and properties and send those details to the cloud. But once they are added, you don’t need to do it again unless there’s been a change to the report(s).
Also, as noted in Getting started with .rpt Inspector Online guide I referenced previously, we do strongly suggest that you work with report template (these are the design of the report with no saved data) as it does take longer to open reports with saved data. The bigger the report file size, potentially the longer it takes to open.
Some folks find it easier to add smaller batches of reports at a time. The exact sweet spot highly depends on your environment. i.e. for some folks it’s 30 reports at a time, for others it’s 75, others 125, and others 200, etc. Again, this is where CPU, Memory, hard disk speed, internet speed are all going to be factors.
We do know of some edge cases where folks have issues adding reports and we continue to work directly with those folks. Based on some of those cases, we have been working on improvements to the broker and are hopeful to release these for testing by end of Q1 or early Q2.