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ID a server instance in clustered environment

Rusty Nell
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Joined: Jun 13, 2008
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I am running Weblogic 10.0 servers in a clustered environment, is there a way that I could uniquely identify each individual server instance in the cluster while keeping the deployment of the servers instances uniform?

I am sending messages from the cluster and want the message to contain both the name of the application that sent the message as well as identification of the actual server in the application cluster.

Thanks
-Rusty
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