I can't judge how helpful or appropriate this is given your description but
since you mentioned JavaScript... You can grab the hostname out of the
browser at window.location.hostname


On Mon, Apr 13, 2009 at 13:06, Larry Kleinman <larry@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

Our iSeries has two different IP addresses, both of which enable users to
access the same HTTP server. There are times when we want to know which of
the addresses a request came in on. I see that the environment variable
HTTP_HOST has that information, but, other than the Net.Data function
@DTW_rGETENV, I can't find a way to access it. Is there some way in
RPG or JavaScript to do this? (Specifically, we have a web-faced
application that needs to know this.)

Larry Kleinman
Kleinman Associates, Inc.
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