Get a stack trace from Thread.getStackTrace(). Examine the StackTraceElement objects, to see how you got to where you are.
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You don't say why you want this information. If it's just for tracing, diagnostics or maybe assertion, that's fine. If you're thinking of writing logic that depends on who called the method, think again - that's appalling design.