akeneo/extended-attribute-type

Provides new attributes types for Akeneo PIM CE and EE

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v2.1.1 2018-06-26 09:05 UTC

README

Provides new attributes types for Akeneo PIM CE and EE:

  • TextCollection: this attribute type can store an ordered collection of strings or URLs.

Simple string collection

Requirements

ExtendedAttributeTypeBundle Akeneo PIM Community Edition
2.1.* >=v2.2
2.0.* v2.0.*, v2.1.*
1.1.* v1.7.*

Installation

You can install this bundle with composer (see requirements section).

First, add the VCS then launch the following command from your root application:

    php composer.phar require --prefer-dist akeneo/extended-attribute-type:2.1

Add the following bundle in your app/AppKernel.php file:

$bundles = [
    new Pim\Bundle\ExtendedAttributeTypeBundle\PimExtendedAttributeTypeBundle(),
];

You will also have to register the new Elasticsearch configuration files; in app/config/pim_parameters.yml, edit the elasticsearch_index_configuration_files parameter and add the following values:

elasticsearch_index_configuration_files:
    - '%kernel.root_dir%/../vendor/akeneo/pim-community-dev/src/Pim/Bundle/CatalogBundle/Resources/elasticsearch/index_configuration.yml'
    - '%kernel.root_dir%/../vendor/akeneo/extended-attribute-type/src/Resources/config/elasticsearch/index_configuration.yml'

For the Enterprise edition, there is another file to register:

elasticsearch_index_configuration_files:
    - '%kernel.root_dir%/../vendor/akeneo/pim-community-dev/src/Pim/Bundle/CatalogBundle/Resources/elasticsearch/index_configuration.yml'
    - '%kernel.root_dir%/../vendor/akeneo/pim-enterprise-dev/src/PimEnterprise/Bundle/WorkflowBundle/Resources/elasticsearch/index_configuration.yml'
    - '%kernel.root_dir%/../vendor/akeneo/extended-attribute-type/src/Resources/config/elasticsearch/index_configuration.yml'
    - '%kernel.root_dir%/../vendor/akeneo/extended-attribute-type/src/Resources/config/elasticsearch/index_configuration_ee.yml'    

If this is a fresh install, you can then proceed with a standard installation.

From an existing PIM, on the other hand, you will have to re-create your elasticsearch indexes:

    php bin/console cache:clear --no-warmup --env=prod
    php bin/console akeneo:elasticsearch:reset-indexes --env=prod
    php bin/console pim:product-model:index --all --env=prod
    php bin/console pim:product:index --all --env=prod

Contributing

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