Splunk® Data Stream Processor

Function Reference

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Get data from Apache Pulsar

Use the Apache Pulsar source function to get data from an Apache Pulsar topic. You must create a connection to use this source function. See Create a DSP connection to Apache Pulsar.

Function output schema

This function outputs records with the schema described in the following table.

Key Description
key The key of the record as a string.
value The payload of the record in bytes.
topic The name of the Pulsar topic where the record is stored, given as a string.
messageId The message ID of the record, given as a string.

The following is an example of a typical record from the pulsar function:

"key": "my-key",
"value": "aGVsbG8gd29ybGQ=",
"topic": "my-pulsar-topic",
"messageId": 1:24

Required arguments

Syntax: string
Description: The ID of your Pulsar connection.
Example: "576205b3-f6f5-4ab7-8ffc-a4089a95d0c4"
Syntax: string
Description: The name of the Pulsar topic.
Example: "my-pulsar-topic"

SPL2 example

You can write the function by providing the arguments in this exact order.

| from pulsar("my-connection-id", "my-topic") |...;

Alternatively, you can use named arguments to list the arguments in any order. See the "Named arguments" section in SPL2 syntax for more details.

| from pulsar(topic: "my-topic", connection_id: "my-connection-id") |...;
Last modified on 06 October, 2020
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This documentation applies to the following versions of Splunk® Data Stream Processor: 1.2.0

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