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IIDR Apply Engine for Kafka should pick up and inject client.id via kafkaproducer.properties configuration.
See case number: TS002220107 for details.
As detailed in the case client.id is read from kafkaproducer.properties.
The property injects into ConsumerConfig for all data channels.
The property does not inject into ProducerConfig for data channels. Instead that value appears to be hard coded to value "com.datamirror.ts.target.apply.kafka.KafkaTargetBinaryWriterJob_0"
Many Kafka Deploys use client.id as a means for setting throttle quotas to plan and provision for capacity. Dependent upon the policy of the deployed cluster the "default throughput" for producers with invalid client.id(s) can be throttled down to 1byte / sec.
In our scenario this is what we experienced. This resulted in a timeout and subsequent "Failed to produce messages to commitstream" and fail of the subscription
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