Is it possible to use OperatorState, when NOT implementing a source or sink function?

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Is it possible to use OperatorState, when NOT implementing a source or sink function?

Marco Villalobos-2
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Re: Is it possible to use OperatorState, when NOT implementing a source or sink function?

JING ZHANG
Hi,
please use `CheckpointedFunction`, you could initialize your operator state in `initializeState` method by using context.getOperatorStateStore().***

Best regards,
JING ZHANG


Marco Villalobos <[hidden email]> 于2021年6月5日周六 下午1:55写道:
Is it possible to use OperatorState, when NOT implementing a source or sink function?

If yes, then how?
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