How it is stored: Maximo stores labels in multiple places. When you add a label to a field, tab or section in Application Designer, Maximo stores this in the application XML in the MAXPRESENTATION table and in the MAXLABELS table. For fields, there are also labels stored in Database Configuration, in the title field on the attribute.
A crossover domain in Maximo 7 is a value list that copies not only the selected value, but also related data to the record you opened the value list from. An easy example is the Asset field on a work order. When you select an asset, Maximo also copies the priority from the asset to the Priority field on the work order. This happens because there is a crossover domain for this. Take a look at it: in the application Domains, search for ASSET2WO.
The name of a server is normally defined by the property mxe.name in the maximo.properties file. In a clustered environment this would lead to all members having the same name since only 1 EAR is used for all these members. This article will show you how to give each cluster member a unique name.