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Hi All,

I am working on an application where the requirement is to FTP files from the WAS 5.x server to another AIX server. I am not allowed to use any third party APIs due to various constraints and hence I have been left with the option of using for the FTP process.

I can see the package in my Websphere runtime environment as part of the core.jar archieve. Does anyone have an idea if this package has been incorporated in WAS 5.x for any specific reason?

I am basically trying to figure out weather Websphere is going to keep the package in the runtime environment or I am at risk of losing it in future.

Any help/suggestions to resolve the FTP issue is greatly appreciated..

Thanks in advance,

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