The KSQL query PRINT 'Topic' doesn't return a result

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when I use the consumer it return the data in the topic but when I use the KSQL query PRINT 'TOPIC' it doesn't return nothing, can you tell me what is the problem?
Jul 1, 2019 in Apache Kafka by salma
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