Yes…that’s an option, but it’ll be very complicated because of our storage and business.
Now I’m trying to write an handler like the “KvStateHandler” so that I can access(read/write) the state from my client.
My Flink program is to aggregate the data of a whole day, assume we start this program on 6:00 am, the default state in the window should be the aggregated result of 0:00 am to 6:00 am.Original MessageSender: vino yang<yanghua1127@xxxxxxxxx>Recipient: bupt_ljy<bupt_ljy@xxxxxxx>Cc: user<user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>Date: Friday, Oct 12, 2018 15:13Subject: Re: How do I initialize the window state on first run?Hi Jiayi,If you don't mind, I would like to ask you what kind of situation do you have in this situation?Thanks, vino.bupt_ljy <bupt_ljy@xxxxxxx> 于2018年10月12日周五 下午1:59写道：
I’m going to run a new Flink program with some initialized window states.
I can’t see there is an official way to do this, right? I’ve tried the bravo project, but it doesn’t support FsStateBackend and it costs too much work if we add a new StateBackend in it.
Any good ideas about this?