Class MergeSequence<T>

  • All Implemented Interfaces:

    public final class MergeSequence<T>
    extends GraphStage<UniformFanInShape<T,​T>>
    Takes multiple streams whose elements in aggregate have a defined linear sequence with difference 1, starting at 0, and outputs a single stream containing these elements, in order. That is, given a set of input streams with combined elements *ek*:

    *e0*, *e1*, *e2*, ..., *en*

    This will output a stream ordered by *k*.

    The elements in the input streams must already be sorted according to the sequence. The input streams do not need to be linear, but the aggregate stream must be linear, no element *k* may be skipped or duplicated, either of these conditions will cause the stream to fail.

    The typical use case for this is to merge a partitioned stream back together while maintaining order. This can be achieved by first using zipWithIndex on the input stream, then partitioning using a Partition fanout, and then maintaining the index through the processing of each partition before bringing together with this stage.

    '''Emits when''' one of the upstreams has the next expected element in the sequence available.

    '''Backpressures when''' downstream backpressures

    '''Completes when''' all upstreams complete

    '''Cancels when''' downstream cancels

    • Constructor Detail

      • MergeSequence

        public MergeSequence​(int inputPorts,
                             scala.Function1<T,​java.lang.Object> extractSequence)
    • Method Detail

      • apply

        public static <T> Graph<UniformFanInShape<T,​T>,​NotUsed> apply​(int inputPorts,
                                                                                  scala.Function1<T,​java.lang.Object> extractSequence)
      • apply$default$1

        public static <T> int apply$default$1()
      • inputPorts

        public int inputPorts()
      • shape

        public UniformFanInShape<T,​T> shape()
        Description copied from interface: Graph
        The shape of a graph is all that is externally visible: its inlets and outlets.
      • toString

        public java.lang.String toString()
        toString in class java.lang.Object