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object ActorMaterializer

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ActorMaterializer.scala
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  1. def apply(materializerSettings: ActorMaterializerSettings)(implicit context: ActorRefFactory): ActorMaterializer

    Scala API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    Scala API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    The required akka.actor.ActorRefFactory (which can be either an akka.actor.ActorSystem or an akka.actor.ActorContext) will be used to create these actors, therefore it is *forbidden* to pass this object to another actor if the factory is an ActorContext.

    The namePrefix is used as the first part of the names of the actors running the processing steps. The default namePrefix is "flow". The actor names are built up of namePrefix-flowNumber-flowStepNumber-stepName.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.6.0) Use the system wide materializer or Materializer.apply(actorContext) with stream attributes or configuration settings to change defaults

  2. def apply(materializerSettings: ActorMaterializerSettings, namePrefix: String)(implicit context: ActorRefFactory): ActorMaterializer

    Scala API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    Scala API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    The required akka.actor.ActorRefFactory (which can be either an akka.actor.ActorSystem or an akka.actor.ActorContext) will be used to create these actors, therefore it is *forbidden* to pass this object to another actor if the factory is an ActorContext.

    The namePrefix is used as the first part of the names of the actors running the processing steps. The default namePrefix is "flow". The actor names are built up of namePrefix-flowNumber-flowStepNumber-stepName.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.6.0) Use the system wide materializer with stream attributes or configuration settings to change defaults

  3. def apply(materializerSettings: Option[ActorMaterializerSettings] = None, namePrefix: Option[String] = None)(implicit context: ActorRefFactory): ActorMaterializer

    Scala API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    Scala API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    The required akka.actor.ActorRefFactory (which can be either an akka.actor.ActorSystem or an akka.actor.ActorContext) will be used to create one actor that in turn creates actors for the transformation steps.

    The materializer's akka.stream.ActorMaterializerSettings will be obtained from the configuration of the context's underlying akka.actor.ActorSystem.

    The namePrefix is used as the first part of the names of the actors running the processing steps. The default namePrefix is "flow". The actor names are built up of namePrefix-flowNumber-flowStepNumber-stepName.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.6.0) Use the system wide materializer with stream attributes or configuration settings to change defaults

  4. def create(settings: ActorMaterializerSettings, context: ActorRefFactory, namePrefix: String): ActorMaterializer

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    The required akka.actor.ActorRefFactory (which can be either an akka.actor.ActorSystem or an akka.actor.ActorContext) will be used to create these actors, therefore it is *forbidden* to pass this object to another actor if the factory is an ActorContext.

    The namePrefix is used as the first part of the names of the actors running the processing steps. The default namePrefix is "flow". The actor names are built up of namePrefix-flowNumber-flowStepNumber-stepName.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.6.0) Use the system wide materializer or Materializer.create(actorContext) with stream attributes or configuration settings to change defaults

  5. def create(settings: ActorMaterializerSettings, context: ActorRefFactory): ActorMaterializer

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    The required akka.actor.ActorRefFactory (which can be either an akka.actor.ActorSystem or an akka.actor.ActorContext) will be used to create one actor that in turn creates actors for the transformation steps.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.6.0) Use the system wide materializer or Materializer.create(actorContext) with stream attributes or configuration settings to change defaults

  6. def create(context: ActorRefFactory, namePrefix: String): ActorMaterializer

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    The required akka.actor.ActorRefFactory (which can be either an akka.actor.ActorSystem or an akka.actor.ActorContext) will be used to create these actors, therefore it is *forbidden* to pass this object to another actor if the factory is an ActorContext.

    The namePrefix is used as the first part of the names of the actors running the processing steps. The default namePrefix is "flow". The actor names are built up of namePrefix-flowNumber-flowStepNumber-stepName.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.6.0) Use the system wide materializer or Materializer.create(actorContext) with stream attributes or configuration settings to change defaults

  7. def create(context: ActorRefFactory): ActorMaterializer

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    Java API: Creates an ActorMaterializer that can materialize stream blueprints as running streams.

    The required akka.actor.ActorRefFactory (which can be either an akka.actor.ActorSystem or an akka.actor.ActorContext) will be used to create these actors, therefore it is *forbidden* to pass this object to another actor if the factory is an ActorContext.

    Defaults the actor name prefix used to name actors running the processing steps to "flow". The actor names are built up of namePrefix-flowNumber-flowStepNumber-stepName.

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    @deprecated
    Deprecated

    (Since version 2.6.0) Use the system wide materializer or Materializer.create(actorContext) with stream attributes or configuration settings to change defaults

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