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KafkaOffsetRangeLimit — Desired Offset Range Limits

KafkaOffsetRangeLimit represents the desired offset range limits for starting, ending, and specific offsets in Kafka Data Source.

[[implementations]] .KafkaOffsetRangeLimits [cols="1m,3",options="header",width="100%"] |=== | KafkaOffsetRangeLimit | Description

| EarliestOffsetRangeLimit | [[EarliestOffsetRangeLimit]] Intent to bind to the earliest offset

| LatestOffsetRangeLimit | [[LatestOffsetRangeLimit]] Intent to bind to the latest offset

| SpecificOffsetRangeLimit a| [[SpecificOffsetRangeLimit]] Intent to bind to specific offsets with the following special offset "magic" numbers:

  • [[LATEST]] -1 or KafkaOffsetRangeLimit.LATEST - the latest offset
  • [[EARLIEST]] -2 or KafkaOffsetRangeLimit.EARLIEST - the earliest offset


NOTE: KafkaOffsetRangeLimit is a Scala sealed trait which means that all the <> are in the same compilation unit (a single file).

KafkaOffsetRangeLimit is often used in a text-based representation and is converted to from latest, earliest or a JSON-formatted text using KafkaSourceProvider.getKafkaOffsetRangeLimit utility.

NOTE: A JSON-formatted text is of the following format {"topicName":{"partition":offset},...}, e.g. {"topicA":{"0":23,"1":-1},"topicB":{"0":-2}}.

KafkaOffsetRangeLimit is used when:

Last update: 2020-10-14