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From Andrea Cosentino <ancosen1...@yahoo.com.INVALID>
Subject R: Re: Camel-Kafka avro schema registry & (de)serializers configuration in spring-boot
Date Tue, 30 May 2017 20:44:33 GMT
I will tale a look tomorrow morning 

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  Il mar, 30 mag, 2017 alle 22:29, Tim Jones<tim.jones.001@gmail.com> ha scritto:  
Andrea
Thanks for your response

No I do not need to use kafka connect, but do need to use the schema registry (see above)
to provide the schemas for each avro message sent to and received from kafka
Regards,
Tim
On 30 May 2017 at 19:31, Andrea Cosentino <ancosen1985@yahoo.com> wrote:

Are you planning to use Kafka connect? Se currently don't support it

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 Il mar, 30 mag, 2017 alle 18:41, tim.jones<tim.jones.001@gmail.com> ha scritto:   Hi

Using the confluent schema registry for the avro schemas and wanted to use
camel-kafka (with spring-boot) , but can't work out how to introduce the
schema.registry.url, as it is not a URI option.  

How can I include this property, such that it is picked up both by
Camel-kafka producers and consumers properly?

Is there also something I should know about correctly specifying the kafka
avro serializers in the serializerClass &  keySerializerClass in camel-kafka
producer options and the  keyDeserializer & valueDeserializer in the
consumer options? 

(there does not seem to be a one-to-one mapping between these camel-kafka
options (i.e.  camel.apache.org Kafka-ProducerOptions
<http://camel.apache.org/ kafka.html#Kafka- ProducerOptions(Camel2. 17ornewer)>  
) and the config options on the kafka website i.e.  kafka.apache.org
ewproducerconfigs
<http://kafka.apache.org/ documentation.html# newproducerconfigs>  )


Thanks for your help,

Tim



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