Hi izual, AFAIK, there is no way to to this in pure SQL.
izual <izual...@163.com> 于2020年3月25日周三 下午10:33写道： > We have two output sinks, and the order assurance is achieved by code like > this: > > record.apply(insert_into_sink1).thenApply( > > recorder_2 = foo(record) > > recorder_2.insert_into_sink2 > > ) > > So when sink2 receives the record_2, record must be existed in sink1, then > we can seek corresponding value of record from sink1, and do next. > > > Is this could be implemented on SQL? It seems like all is done by FLINK-SQL > > > INSERT INTO sink1 SELECT ... > INSERT INTO sink2 SELECT ... > > Is there anyway to make sure the order of these two insert-into sqls. > > > > > -- Benchao Li School of Electronics Engineering and Computer Science, Peking University Tel:+86-15650713730 Email: libenc...@gmail.com; libenc...@pku.edu.cn