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Aiven Transformations for Apache Kafka Connect

A collection of Single Message Transformations (SMTs) for Apache Kafka Connect.

Transformations

See the Kafka documentation for more details about configuring transformations.

ExtractTimestamp

This transformation replaces the original record's timestamp with a value taken from the the record.

The transformation:

  • expects the record value to be either a STRUCT or a MAP;
  • expects it to have a specified field;
  • expects the value of the field to be either INT64 or org.apache.kafka.connect.data.Timestamp and not be null.

Exists in two variants:

  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ExtractTimestamp$Key - works on keys;
  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ExtractTimestamp$Value - works on values.

The transformation defines the following configurations:

  • field.name - The name of the field which should be used as the new timestamp. Cannot be null or empty.
  • timestamp.resolution - The timestamp resolution for key or value
    There are two possible values:
    • milliseconds - key or value timestamp in milliseconds
    • seconds - key or value timestamp in seconds and will be converted in milliseconds,
      the default is milliseconds.

Here's an example of this transformation configuration:

transforms=ExtractTimestampFromValueField
transforms.ExtractTimestampFromValueField.type=io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ExtractTimestamp$Value
transforms.ExtractTimestampFromValueField.field.name=inner_field_name

ExtractTopic

This transformation extracts a string value from the record and use it as the topic name.

The transformation can use either the whole key or value (in this case, it must have INT8, INT16, INT32, INT64, FLOAT32, FLOAT32, BOOLEAN, or STRING type) or a field in them (in this case, it must have STRUCT type and the field's value must be INT8, INT16, INT32, INT64, FLOAT32, FLOAT32, BOOLEAN, or STRING).

Exists in two variants:

  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ExtractTopic$Key - works on keys;
  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ExtractTopic$Value - works on values.

The transformation defines the following configurations:

  • field.name - The name of the field which should be used as the topic name. If null or empty, the entire key or value is used (and assumed to be a string). By default is null.
  • skip.missing.or.null - In case the source of the new topic name is null or missing, should a record be silently passed without transformation. By default, is false.

Here is an example of this transformation configuration:

transforms=ExtractTopicFromValueField
transforms.ExtractTopicFromValueField.type=io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ExtractTopic$Value
transforms.ExtractTopicFromValueField.field.name=inner_field_name

Hash

This transformation replaces a string value with its hash.

The transformation can hash either the whole key or value (in this case, it must have STRING type) or a field in them (in this case, it must have STRUCT type and the field's value must be STRING).

Exists in two variants:

  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.Hash$Key - works on keys;
  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.Hash$Value - works on values.

The transformation defines the following configurations:

  • field.name - The name of the field which value should be hashed. If null or empty, the entire key or value is used (and assumed to be a string). By default, is null.
  • function - The name of the hash function to use. The supported values are: md5, sha1, and sha256.
  • skip.missing.or.null - In case the value to be hashed is null or missing, should a record be silently passed without transformation. By default, is false.

Here is an example of this transformation configuration:

transforms=HashEmail
transforms.HashEmail.type=io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.Hash$Value
transforms.HashEmail.field.name=email
transforms.HashEmail.function=sha1

TombstoneHandler

This transformation manages tombstone records, i.e. records with the entire value field being null.

The transformation defines the following configurations:

  • behavior - The action the transformation must perform when encounter a tombstone record. The supported values are:
    • drop_silent - silently drop tombstone records.
    • drop_warn - drop tombstone records and log at WARN level.
    • fail - fail with DataException.

Here is an example of this transformation configuration:

transforms=TombstoneHandler
transforms.TombstoneHandler.type=io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.TombstoneHandler
transforms.TombstoneHandler.behavior=drop_silent

ConcatFields

This transformation adds a new field to the message with a key of type string and a value of string which is the concatenation of the requested fields.

Exists in two variants:

  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ConcatFields$Key - works on keys;
  • io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ConcatFields$Value - works on values.

The transformation defines the following configurations:

  • field.names - A comma-separated list of fields to concatenate.
  • output.field.name - The name of field the concatenated value should be placed into.
  • delimiter - The string which should be used to join the extracted fields.
  • field.replace.missing - The string which should be used when a field is not found or its value is null.

Here is an example of this transformation configuration:

transforms=ConcatFields
transforms.ConcatFields.type=io.aiven.kafka.connect.transforms.ConcatFields$Value
transforms.ConcatFields.field.names=["test","foo","bar","age"]
transforms.ConcatFields.output.field.name="combined"
transforms.ConcatFields.delimiter="-"
transforms.ConcatFields.field.replace.missing="*"

License

This project is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.