How do you identify the Logical system in start routine of a transformation

My scenario is this.  I have five r3 systems that I am extracting from.   In the start routine of the transformation from the r3 data source to my data store I  am going to delete data and I need to know the source system id.    How do I identify the logical system or source system id in the transformation.  Is there a system field that contains this information.    I do not want to hard code the source system id in the routine.

have a lool at tables rsreqdone and rsbkrequest with a join you should be able to determine the source.
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