How to check which orchestrator runs the job

Is it possible which orchestrator started the job of current process inside this process (or to which orchestrator machine is connected to). I would like to make some “ifs” in robot code to perform different activity for test and production orchestrator. specifically, I’d like to use a different file “Config” file for test and production.

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One way could be making a HTTP request to one of the /odata/Settings endpoints of the Orchestrator API.
In your case, the endpoint /odata/Settings/UiPath.Server.Configuration.OData.GetConnectionString() might be helpful to differentiate between Orchestrator instances.

Note that you have to use the Orchestrator HTTP Request activity for those requests to make sure the data is coming from the Orchestrator instance to which the robot is currently connected.