Information about Maven profile in runtime?

I used Netbeans and have POMs where I decide what profile I want to run, for instance test or prod. Through the profile I set different data sources and so on. Is there a way for me to  see what configuration I am running in runtime, that is "test" or "prod" or whatever.
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gheistCommented:
Add another property that says - is it prod or stick.
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mccarlIT Business Systems Analyst / Software DeveloperCommented:
Is Maven used JUST for building the project (with either prod or test profile) and then you run it separately or is Maven used to execute your program aswell? The answer to this question changes the way that you would solve your issue. Oh, and if you can post you POM so that we have a better idea of what is happening.
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