Postgres source Incremental mode on views

we have noticed that in the Postgres source version 1.0.3 there was a change implemented, which hides Incremental mode on tables with no cursor field. Here is the respective PR.

With this change there is now no possibility to have Incremental mode on views. In our case, we use views on source to filter out for sensitive information which should not go to the DWH, but we still want to create history for the views based on updated_at cursor field.

Please, is this intended behaviour to restrict Incremental mode only to tables or is it unintended side effect?

Thank you.

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