public class CustomWatermarkExtractor extends Object implements AssignerWithPeriodicWatermarks<KafkaEvent>
AssignerWithPeriodicWatermarks, that simply assumes that the input stream records are strictly ascending.
Flink also ships some built-in convenience assigners, such as the
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Assigns a timestamp to an element, in milliseconds since the Epoch.
Returns the current watermark.
public long extractTimestamp(KafkaEvent event, long previousElementTimestamp)
The method is passed the previously assigned timestamp of the element. That previous
timestamp may have been assigned from a previous assigner, by ingestion time. If the element
did not carry a timestamp before, this value is
event- The element that the timestamp will be assigned to.
previousElementTimestamp- The previous internal timestamp of the element, or a negative value, if no timestamp has been assigned yet.
@Nullable public Watermark getCurrentWatermark()
nullto indicate that no new Watermark is available.
The returned watermark will be emitted only if it is non-null and its timestamp is larger than that of the previously emitted watermark (to preserve the contract of ascending watermarks). If the current watermark is still identical to the previous one, no progress in event time has happened since the previous call to this method. If a null value is returned, or the timestamp of the returned watermark is smaller than that of the last emitted one, then no new watermark will be generated.
The interval in which this method is called and Watermarks are generated depends on
Null, if no watermark should be emitted, or the next watermark to emit.
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