Sylius plugin that enables order reordering for a customer
- dev-master / 1.1.x-dev
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Last update: 2024-01-29 13:58:36 UTC
⚠️ BEWARE! This repository has been deprecated and will not be maintained or evolved by the Sylius Team. You can still use it with compatible Sylius versions, but at your own risk, as no bugs will be fixed on it.
This plugin allows customers to reorder a previously placed order.
The plugin allows Customer to reorder any Order that has already been placed. Once a Reorder button is clicked, a new cart filled with items taken from a previously placed order is created. If for some reason Reorder can't be fulfilled completely, the Customer is informed about every circumstance that have affected the Order (i. e. promotion being no longer available or differences in item's prices).
Once the Reorder process is completed, the newly created Order is listed in the history just like any other Orders.
This installation instruction assumes that you're using Symfony Flex. If you don't, take a look at the legacy installation instruction. However, we strongly encourage you to use Symfony Flex, it's much quicker! :)
To install plugin, just require it with composer:
composer require sylius/customer-reorder-plugin
Remember to allow community recipes with
composer config extra.symfony.allow-contrib trueor during plugin installation process
Customer Reorder plugin is based on two processes:
- reorder processing
- reorder eligibility checking
They are both based on Symfony's compiler passes and configured in
ReorderProcessing and EligibilityChecking are independent processes - once a Reorder
is created using Processors (services tagged as
sylius_customer_reorder_plugin.reorder_processor), the created
entity is passed to Eligibility Checkers (services tagged as
Hence, both processes can be extended separately by adding services that implement
and are tagged as
sylius_customer_reorder_plugin.eligibility_checker or implement
ReorderProcessor and are tagged as
Reorder button layout and action performed on clicking it are defined in
reorder.html.twig template which is declared in
What's more, since Order is a Resource, major part of its configuration is placed
*.yml files. Without using the plugin, Order had
Reorder action required extending order-related behaviours in
You can read much more about Resources here: http://docs.sylius.com/en/1.2/components_and_bundles/bundles/SyliusResourceBundle/index.html
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