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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Feb 20, 2019

CDC Kafka KCOP to be able to subscribe any replication event

In current version of KCOP it is limited to subscribing to these replication event types:


KCOP should be allowed to subscribe to all replication event types so it take some action.  For example, suppose a table is truncated at the source, currently KCOP in the target is not aware of this fact.  KCOP may want to send a message into Kafka to allow consumers of the event stream to be aware of the truncation and thus be able to decide whether to ignore it or take some specific action to cope with it.     The main benefit of allowing the KCOP to subscribe to all replication events is to give it visibility on what is happening and allow it to decide what to do.    Not having this capability leaves KCOP blind.   Events such as truncation of tables can be common events in source systems (especially during batch processing) so allowing KCOP visibility of this event will be of wide use to many.