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Get the Server reference in the application

 
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How to Get the Server reference in the application?
Full details:
I am running application in Websphere Server 6.0.
In that server we created following Confirguration:
Cluster , In that cluster 2 Nodes created and one Server created on each Node.Say Server1 is running on Node1 and Server2 is running on Node2.
My application is deployed on both servers.
Now my requirement is I need to run specific task in application on Server1 and some specific task on Server2.
Is there any mechanisam to take the server reference in my application ? I don�t want to define any system variables at the Server front.

Thanks,
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Even I am facing the same scenario.
 
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