I would actually re-add the "getJavaStream()" method. There are probably other cases when people need it, and it does not hurt to expose it.

Also, it allows you to combine programs written partly against the Java and Scala API (if you would ever want to do that).

Stephan


On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 6:53 PM, Márton Balassi <balassi.marton@gmail.com> wrote:
Hey Cory,

Sorry, I did not mean to break your code. One solution that I could suggest is to do it the way we have it for the batch api, namely having a scala version for DataStreamUtils too. It might be placed under flink-contrib for the time being.

Would that solution fit your needs?

On Mon, Feb 1, 2016 at 6:40 PM, Cory Monty <cory.monty@getbraintree.com> wrote:
Hey there,

We were using DataStreamUtils.collect in Scala for automated testing, which only works because of `DataStream.getJavaStream` accessor in the Scala version of `DataStream`. However, a recent commit (https://github.com/apache/flink/commit/086acf681f01f2da530c04289e0682c56f98a378) removed `getJavaStream` and replaced the method with a private version that we can no longer access from our tests.

Do you have an alternative version of DataStreamUtils that does not require a Java DataStream?

Cheers,

Cory