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ksqlDB can write data from multiple streams into a single target. This can be useful when you have events for the same logical entity (for example, orders) written to separate topics (perhaps originating in different Apache Kafka clusters or instances of the producing application). At the same time, you can add in or modify the data to ensure that attributes such as identifiers remain unique.
Taking the first stream as the source, create a target stream, including a hard-coded identifier for the source and a concatenation to ensure that the ID remains unique:
CREATE STREAM ORDERS_COMBINED AS SELECT 'US' AS SOURCE, CONCAT_WS('-','US',CAST(ORDERID AS VARCHAR)) AS ORDERID, ORDERTIME, ITEMID, ORDERUNITS, ADDRESS FROM ORDERS PARTITION BY CONCAT_WS('-','US',CAST(ORDERID AS VARCHAR));
Now add in additional sources to the same target, using
INSERT INTO. This works in the same way as
CREATE STREAM … AS SELECT, by reading the output of a continuous
SELECT query. The only difference is that an
INSERT INTO statement writes to an existing target.
INSERT INTO ORDERS_COMBINED SELECT 'UK' AS SOURCE, CONCAT_WS('-','UK',CAST(ORDERID AS VARCHAR)) AS ORDERID, ORDERTIME, ITEMID, ORDERUNITS, ADDRESS FROM ORDERS_UK PARTITION BY CONCAT_WS('-','UK',CAST(ORDERID AS VARCHAR));
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