Spring Cloud Stream Reference Guide


Sabby Anandan, Marius Bogoevici, Eric Bottard, Mark Fisher, Ilayaperumal Gopinathan, Gunnar Hillert, Mark Pollack, Patrick Peralta, Glenn Renfro, Thomas Risberg, Dave Syer, David Turanski, Janne Valkealahti, Benjamin Klein


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Table of Contents

I. Spring Cloud Stream Core
1. Introducing Spring Cloud Stream
2. Main Concepts
2.1. Application Model
2.1.1. Fat JAR
2.2. The Binder Abstraction
2.3. Persistent Publish-Subscribe Support
2.4. Consumer Groups
2.4.1. Durability
2.5. Partitioning Support
3. Programming Model
3.1. Declaring and Binding Channels
3.1.1. Triggering Binding Via @EnableBinding
3.1.2. @Input and @Output
Customizing Channel Names
Source, Sink, and Processor
3.1.3. Accessing Bound Channels
Injecting the Bound Interfaces
Injecting Channels Directly
3.1.4. Producing and Consuming Messages
Native Spring Integration Support
Using @StreamListener for Automatic Content Type Handling
3.1.5. Reactive Programming Support
Reactor-based handlers
RxJava 1.x support
3.1.6. Aggregation
4. Binders
4.1. Producers and Consumers
4.2. Binder SPI
4.3. Binder Detection
4.3.1. Classpath Detection
4.4. Multiple Binders on the Classpath
4.5. Connecting to Multiple Systems
4.6. Binder configuration properties
5. Configuration Options
5.1. Spring Cloud Stream Properties
5.2. Binding Properties
5.2.1. Properties for Use of Spring Cloud Stream
5.2.2. Consumer properties
5.2.3. Producer Properties
6. Content Type and Transformation
6.1. MIME types
6.2. MIME types and Java types
6.3. Customizing message conversion
6.4. Schema-based message converters
6.4.1. Apache Avro Message Converters
Converters with schema support
6.5. Schema Registry Support
6.5.1. Schema Registry Server
Schema Registry Server API
6.5.2. Schema Registry Client
6.5.3. Avro Schema Registry Client Message Converters
6.6. @StreamListener and Message Conversion
7. Inter-Application Communication
7.1. Connecting Multiple Application Instances
7.2. Instance Index and Instance Count
7.3. Partitioning
7.3.1. Configuring Output Bindings for Partitioning
Configuring Input Bindings for Partitioning
8. Testing
9. Health Indicator
10. Samples
11. Getting Started
II. Binder Implementations
12. Apache Kafka Binder
12.1. Usage
12.2. Apache Kafka Binder Overview
12.3. Configuration Options
12.3.1. Kafka Binder Properties
12.3.2. Kafka Consumer Properties
12.3.3. Kafka Producer Properties
12.3.4. Usage examples
Example: Setting autoCommitOffset false and relying on manual acking.
Example: security configuration
Using the binder with Apache Kafka 0.10
Excluding Kafka broker jar from the classpath of the binder based application
13. RabbitMQ Binder
13.1. Usage
13.2. RabbitMQ Binder Overview
13.3. Configuration Options
13.3.1. RabbitMQ Binder Properties
13.3.2. RabbitMQ Consumer Properties
13.3.3. Rabbit Producer Properties
III. Appendices
A. Building
A.1. Basic Compile and Test
A.2. Documentation
A.3. Working with the code
A.3.1. Importing into eclipse with m2eclipse
A.3.2. Importing into eclipse without m2eclipse
A.4. Sign the Contributor License Agreement
A.5. Code Conventions and Housekeeping