Backfill source with S3

Is there any built in functionality to leverage for a destination, specifically S3, to be able to back fill if my connection was down for a few days? Specifically, if I want to ingest a set period of data everyday and save, can I simulate this until the connector is caught up?

Hi @ngille,
With incremental streams comes the notion of cursorfield. These cursor fields are meant to track the progress of replication and are stored in the state of a connection.
It means that if your sync is off or failing, the next run will pick up from the last cursor value that was stored in the state .
In other words, yes, you already have free backfill :grin:

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