MQTT 3.0 Released January 22, 2020
|MQTT||v3.0||Jan 21 2020||489.9 KB||f6a905a5bdc100eae728d250da4c7439|
New functionality has been added to the MQTT 3.0 application.
When changing settings in the MQTT application, a reboot will not be needed to get the new settings to take hold. Before when you wanted to change any setting on the MQTT application, after they were saved you would have to reboot to update those changes. Now when you click save change at the top right, the changes are applied at that moment.
Changed how information was processed so that when its retrieved, it will not be as slow when it was using the contain() method. The contain() method referenced more information in an inefficient way. Now the program is configured to get the most relevant information in a much cleaner manner, making it faster.
When a change is made to a device group, the previous name is unsubscribed from. Before this update, when changing the device group name, it would still be subscribed to the previous device group name.
When a change is made to a device host name, the previous name is unsubscribed from. Before this update, when changing the host name in the support tool, it would still be subscribed to the previous device group name.
If the MQTT application is not running on the JNIOR, the application page will be grayed out until it is started again. This is to prevent people from believing they are connected to the broker without the MQTT application running, since you can’t interact with the broker from the JNIOR without that application running.
Implemented the username and password on the MQTT application page so if it is required, it will not establish a connection until that information is entered. This allows a connection to brokers that require usernames and passwords.
Added MQTT functionality for the ten-volt module, 4-20 module, temperature probes, and environmental modules. You can now publish output percentages to the ten-volt and 4-20 modules, and subscribe to all of these listed modules.