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Java, how do I tell if my jar is using a particular class (of two simularly named classes)

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I have a jar file, test.jar, that is either using COnnectionMetaData class or the MQCOnnectionMetaData Class

This jar includes multiple sub jars.  How do I tell which class the jar is using
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If it's a proper professional piece of software, you should be able to turn on logging. That might well (on log debug) show the applicable class being logged
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