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Re: getRuntimeContext(): The runtime context has not been initialized.

Hi All,

Thanks for the replies. Here is the code snippet of what we want to achieve:

We have sliding windows of 24hrs with 5 minutes apart.

 .window(SlidingProcessingTimeWindows.of(Time.minutes(1440), Time.minutes(5)))
 .fold(new DefaultVector(), new CalculationFold(), new MetricCalculationApply());

public class CalculationFold implements FoldFunction<Event, DefaultVector>
private final MapState<String, DefaultProductMetricVector> products;
private transient MapStateDescriptor<String, DefaultProductMetricVector> descr;

public DefaultVector fold(DefaultVector stats, Event event)
if (products.contains(event.getProductId))
DefaultProductMetricVector product = products.get(event.getProductId);
products.put(event.getProductId, product);
DefaultProductMetricVector product = new DefaultProductMetricVector();
products.put(event.getProductId, product);
return stats;

        // Fold function do not allow the open method and this.getRuntimeContext
//public void open(Configuration parameters) throws Exception
// descr = new MapStateDescriptor<>("product", String.class, DefaultProductMetricVector.class);
// products = this.getRuntimeContext().getMapState(descr);

We expect millions of unique products in 24 hour window so that is the reason we want to store state on rocksdb of each product class DefaultProductMetricVector instance. Otherwise, my understanding is that is that if i instantiate a java hashmap of products within DefaultVector fold accumulator then for each incoming event the full set of products will be deserialised and stored on heap which will eventually cause heap overflow error.

Please can you tell us how to solve this problem.


Best Regards,

On Wed, 10 Oct 2018 at 10:21, Fabian Hueske <fhueske@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Yes, it would be good to post your code.
Are you using a FoldFunction in a window (if yes, what window) or as a running aggregate?

In general, collecting state in a FoldFunction is usually not something that you should do. Did you consider using an AggregateFunction?


Am Mi., 10. Okt. 2018 um 11:08 Uhr schrieb Chesnay Schepler <chesnay@xxxxxxxxxx>:
In which method are you calling getRuntimeContext()? This method can only be used after open() has been called.

On 09.10.2018 17:09, Ahmad Hassan wrote:

We want to use MapState inside fold function to keep the map of all products that we see in 24 hour window to store huge state in rocksdb rather than overflowing heap. However, I don't seem to initialise mapstate within foldfunction or any class that is extending RichMapFunction

private transient MapStateDescriptor<String, String> descr = new MapStateDescriptor<>("mymap", String.class, String.class);

I get error

java.lang.IllegalStateException: The runtime context has not been initialized.
at org.apache.flink.api.common.functions.AbstractRichFunction.getRuntimeContext(AbstractRichFunction.java:53)

Any clues how to get the runtime context please?


Best regards