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From Jonas Gröger <jo...@huntun.de>
Subject Re: Connect more than two streams
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2017 08:57:11 GMT
Hello Govindarajan,

one way to merge multiple streams is to union them. You can do that with
the union operator described at [1]. Is that what you are looking for?


-- Jonas

Am Mo, 24. Jul 2017, um 23:18, schrieb Govindarajan Srinivasaraghavan
[via Apache Flink User Mailing List archive.]:
> Hi,
> I have two streams reading from kafka, one for data and other for
> control.
> The data stream is split by type and there are around six types. Each
> type
> has its own processing logic and finally everything has to be merged to
> get
> the collective state per device. I was thinking I could connect multiple
> streams, process and maintain state but connect only supports two
> streams.
> Is there some way to achieve my desired functionality?
> By the way after split and some processing all of them are keyed streams.
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