Changes for version 0.03
- Fixed bug where receivePub croaked with 'OK'
- xs_publish() now returns array of (status, message handle)
- added xs_getMsgStatus() to check status of a given message
- publish() now takes an optional callback function and argument which is invoked when a QoS 1 or 2 message is delivered This is primarily so that if your messages are already locally queued, you can publish at QOS 1 without having to write them again to the persistence layer. You wait for successful delivery and then delete them from your own queue when done.
WebSphere MQ Telemetry Transport Client
filesystem persistence object for MQTT