Bill gave the perfect answer with a sink and a source as the connecting
point, but thought I'd add a note.

A topology is just a description of what "processing code" to execute when
the topology gets "materialized". In other words, it's a graph of nodes
where nodes are processing units. It would not make much sense to have a
topology to be an input of another. You use sinks and sources to connect
the "dots" as Kafka Streams is "just" a wrapper around Kafka Consumer and
Kafka Producer APIs.

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On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 6:09 AM, pravin kumar <pk007...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Can we give the ouput of one processorTopology as the input to another
> processorTopology.
> if it is possible,how can we do it.
> Can anyone provide it with any example

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