T- type of emitted items
public class ParallelBatchP<T> extends AbstractProcessor
|Constructor and Description|
Creates a processor that generates items using its assigned iterables.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Called after all the inbound edges' streams are exhausted.
Method that can be overridden to perform any necessary initialization for the processor.
emitFromTraverser, emitFromTraverser, emitFromTraverser, emitFromTraverserToSnapshot, flatMapper, flatMapper, flatMapper, getLogger, getOutbox, init, process, restoreFromSnapshot, restoreFromSnapshot, tryEmit, tryEmit, tryEmit, tryEmitToSnapshot, tryProcess, tryProcess0, tryProcess1, tryProcess2, tryProcess3, tryProcess4, tryProcessWatermark
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
close, closeIsCooperative, completeEdge, finishSnapshotRestore, isCooperative, saveToSnapshot, snapshotCommitFinish, snapshotCommitPrepare, tryProcess
public ParallelBatchP(List<? extends Iterable<T>> iterables)
iterables- list of iterables used to emit items
protected void init(@Nonnull Processor.Context context)
Processor.complete()), but after the outbox and
loggerhave been initialized.
Subclasses are not required to call this superclass method, it does nothing.
contextassociated with this processor
public boolean complete()
false, it will be invoked again until it returns
true. For example, a streaming source processor will return
falseforever. Unlike other methods which guarantee that no other method is called until they return
Processor.saveToSnapshot()can be called even though this method returned
After this method is called, no other processing methods are called on
this processor, except for
Non-cooperative processors are required to return from this method from time to time to give the system a chance to check for snapshot requests and job cancellation. The time the processor spends in this method affects the latency of snapshots and job cancellations.
trueif the completing step is now done,
falseto call this method again
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