Doctrine MongoDB ODM integration with Laravel. Aim to be interoperable with other frameworks.

v0.2.10 2017-05-05 09:16 UTC

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Last update: 2024-07-14 23:29:19 UTC


This is a package to help integrate The Doctrine MongoDb ODM into any framework of your choice. The only caveat at the moment is that by defining a cache provider, you are declaring that you use Laravel. If you use another framework, you will need to implement your own caching solution.

Laravel Setup

Go to config/app.php and add the service provider to your 'providers' section: CImrie\Odm\OdmServiceProvider::class

Publish the configuration file: php artisan vendor:publish --tag=odm

You can now use the default Document Manager like so:

 use App\Http\Controllers\Controller;
 use Doctrine\ODM\MongoDB\DocumentManager;
 class IndexController extends Controller {
     public function index(DocumentManager $documentManager) {
         // code as normal ...
         // etc.

General Setup

The package is geared towards laravel, but setup for other frameworks is not impossible, and the package still makes it easier than configuring the ODM by hand.

To generate a Document Manager, you can do the following:


use CImrie\ODM\DocumentManagerFactory;
use CImrie\ODM\Configuration\OdmConfigurationFactory;
use CImrie\ODM\Configuration\Connections\ConnectionResolver;
use CImrie\ODM\Configuration\MetaData\MetaDataRegistry;
use \CImrie\ODM\Common\Registries\ListenerRegistry;
use CImrie\ODM\Configuration\MetaData\Annotations;

$connectionFactories = [
    new \CImrie\ODM\Configuration\Connections\MongodbConnectionFactory()

$config = [
              'mongodb' => [
                    'driver'   => 'mongodb',
                    'host'     => 'localhost',
                    'port'     => 27017,
                    'database' => 'odm',
                    'username' => 'secretuser',
                    'password' => 'secretpass',
                    'options'  => [
                        'database' => 'admin',

$metaDataDrivers = [
    new Annotations()

$dmFactory = new DocumentManagerFactory(
      new OdmConfigurationFactory(),
      new ConnectionResolver($connectionFactories, $config),
      new MetaDataRegistry([Annotations::class]),
      null, //cache manager
      new ListenerRegistry(),
      null //logger, which can be created by extending CImrie\ODM\Logging\Logger

 *  <!------------- WARNING -------------!>

$dmFactory->create(new \CImrie\ODM\Common\Config(
        'database' => [
            'connections' => [