Avro Schema Compatibility In Kafka

Kevin Feasel

2018-03-27

Hadoop

Neha Bhardwaj walks us through an error in Kafka:

You might have come across a similar exception while working with AVRO schemas.

Kafka throws this exception due to a compatibility issue since the current schema is not compatible with the earlier schema registered on this topic.

You can check the current schema(s) on the topic using:
curl -X GET <a href=”http://localhost:8081/subjects//versions/”&gt;http://localhost:8081/subjects//versions/

Read on to understand what this error means and how you can fix it if you see it.

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