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StandaloneExecutor

StandaloneExecutor is an Executable.

Creating Instance

StandaloneExecutor takes the following to be created:

StandaloneExecutor is created when:

startAsync

void startAsync()

startAsync requests the UserFunctionLoader to load.

startAsync maybeCreateProcessingLogTopic.

With stream.auto.create enabled, startAsync prints out the following WARN message to the logs:

processing log auto-create is enabled, but this is not supported for headless mode.

startAsync reads the queriesFile to process.

startAsync showWelcomeMessage.

In the end, startAsync requests the VersionCheckerAgent to start (with the SERVER module type and non-null configuration properties of the KsqlConfig).


startAsync is part of the Executable abstraction.

Loading Queries File

String readQueriesFile(
  String queryFilePath)

readQueriesFile reads the given queryFilePath with UTF_8 encoding.

Processing Queries

void processesQueryFile(
  String queries)

processesQueryFile requests the KsqlEngine to parse the SQL queries (into a collection of ParsedStatements).

processesQueryFile validates the ParsedStatements.

processesQueryFile uses the injectorFactory to create an Injector (with the KsqlEngine and the ServiceContext).

processesQueryFile...FIXME

Validating ParsedStatements

void validateStatements(
  List<ParsedStatement> statements)

validateStatements requests the KsqlEngine to create a SandboxedExecutionContext (with the ServiceContext).

validateStatements uses the injectorFactory to create an Injector (with the SandboxedExecutionContext and its ServiceContext).

validateStatements creates a StatementExecutor to execute the ParsedStatements.

In the end, if failOnNoQueries and there was no QueryContainer, validateStatements throws a KsqlException:

The SQL file does not contain any persistent queries.
i.e. it contains no 'INSERT INTO', 'CREATE TABLE x AS SELECT' or
'CREATE STREAM x AS SELECT' style statements.

Executing Statements

boolean executeStatements(
  List<ParsedStatement> statements,
  StatementExecutor executor)

executeStatements requests the given StatementExecutor to execute the given ParsedStatements one by one.

In the end, executeStatements returns whether there was a ParsedStatement with a query.

executeStatements is used when:

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