How to get the name of the current server using a LotusScript agent

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I have a LotusScript Agent that's being run through WebQueryOpen. Is it possible (through the agent) to get the name of current server? Appreciate the help!

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  • shivasanjay
    This is provided in the help file of lotus notes:
    Dim s As New NotesSession
    
      If s.ServerName <> Null Then
        MsgBox s.ServerName, , "ServerName"
      Else
        MsgBox "Running on a client", , "Not a server"
      End If
    
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