v1.4.3 - latest/stable

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  • Messages can be directly dispatched to a dead-letter queue with a specified reason using the message.deadLetter(reason) method, or they can be immediately queued for delivery to the consumer group through the message.nack() method. These functionalities are incorporated across all software development kits (SDKs), including those for Go, Node.js, .Net, and Python.

  • Scaling of connectors is now possible and can be manually controlled via the user interface.

  • For enhanced security, connector passwords and secrets are now hidden within the user interface.

  • The graph overview now includes representations of connectors.

  • Performance enhancements have been implemented for the Redis and Kafka connectors.

  • Updates to SDK versions: Node.js SDK is now at version 1.3.2, Go SDK at 1.3.2, Python SDK at 1.3.1, and .Net SDK at 0.7.3.

  • Issue when employing the 'lastMessages' setting to read new or the last N messages - fixed.

  • Slack integration occasionally hits the Slack API's rate limits, leading to missed notifications - fixed.

  • The use of Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) previously led to complications when working with patterns or specific station names that included dots - fixed.

  • There have been reported issues with older clients facing difficulties while connecting if the user account has restricted access to stations, as defined by Role-Based Access Control (RBAC).

  • Authentication using connection tokens for the broker is currently malfunctioning.

  • The Memphis GUI becomes unresponsive when storage capacity is fully utilized (100%) and remains so until at least 10% of the storage is freed up.

  • Establishing a connection with the broker is noticeably slower when the connection is made through localhost using port forwarding.

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