eclipse find/step into stored procedure

I am debugging some legacy java code which is using a lot of stored procedures. All of them are in source code and in DB2. When I debug code occasionally I run into situation that some stored procedure is called but I don't know from where or which procedure. Stepping into [with F5] would be too tedious to find exact place where procedure is called.

What I would like is that eclipse opens that specific stored procedure or at least to know which procedure is called. How can I do that?

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KPaxAsked:
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Is your DB2 database running "embedded" within the rest of your Java code, or is it a client/server model? (Even if the client code and database server is on the same machine, if they are separate processes, this is still client/server.
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KPaxAuthor Commented:
No, DB2 database server is is not embedded - it is  standalone to the full extent of client server architecture (yes I know what is client/server architecture, thank you :) , complete setup is complex - multiple app servers, multiple db servers, load balancers etc)
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Bob LearnedCommented:
If I understand what you are looking for, I would think that you could walk up the call stack in the Debug perspective, and you might be able to see where it is called.

Debugging with the Eclipse Platform
http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/os-ecbug/
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