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Pulsar Java client

You can use a Pulsar Java client to create Pulsar producers, consumers, and readers in Java and perform administrative tasks. All the methods in Java clients are thread-safe. The current Java client version is 3.0.2.

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  1. Set up Java client library
  2. Initialize a Java client
  3. Use a Java client

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API reference

The following table outlines the API packages and reference docs for Pulsar Java clients.

PackageDescriptionMaven Artifact
org.apache.pulsar.client.apiJava client API.
See Client API overview for more reference.
org.apache.pulsar:pulsar-client:3.0.2
org.apache.pulsar.client.adminJava admin API.
See Admin API overview for more reference.
org.apache.pulsar:pulsar-client-admin:3.0.2
org.apache.pulsar.client.allInclude both pulsar-client and pulsar-client-admin.
Both pulsar-client and pulsar-client-admin are independently shaded packages. Consequently, the applications using both pulsar-client and pulsar-client-admin have redundant shaded classes. It would be troublesome if you introduce new dependencies but forget to update shading rules.
In this case, you can use pulsar-client-all, which shades dependencies only one time and reduces the size of dependencies.
org.apache.pulsar:pulsar-client-all:3.0.2

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