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I think you can probably use this solution for doing the same thing with DB Connections. Instead of using the following code....
java.sql.Connection conn_tOracleConnection_2 = (java.sql.Connection)globalMap.get("conn_tOracleConnection_2");
....it would be something along the lines of this...
com.enterprisedt.net.ftp.FTPClient ftp_tFTPConnection_2 = (java.sql.Connection)globalMap.get("conn_tFTPConnection_2");
I'd be interested to know if this works. Looking at the code it should, but I haven't been able to test it as I don't have access to the required ftp locations.
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