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It seems that as soon as Kafka is on the classpath, spring.zipkin.sender.type is set to KAFKA. However unless kafka is nicely configured upfront, users will see their logs flooded with below stacktraces. This is not a nice out of the box experience and will send users on a stack overflow witch hunt. A much safer choice IMO would be to set WEB as the default, that one needs very few config options to work (just the zipkin base URL i think), and make users explicitly set sender.type when kafka is required.
@marcingrzejszczak what is the reason for needing both