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I am debugging a migrated web application .....in this web application , I have a property file under Eclipse project 's   src directory.

In the property file , I have few credentials. I want to find out  file name who is  reading  these fields.

I did a text search  for the credential fields   in Eclipse  Workspace...but did not find any text matches.

Now , Is there any way to find out if these fields are used in any JAR library ?  how to search ?
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In the property file , I have few credentials. I want to find out  file name who is  reading  these fields.
Try commenting out the properties and look at which class throws an exception when it's run
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