dama/solarium-bundle

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Integrates the Solarium library as a Symfony bundle

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v1.3.0 2021-10-26 17:10 UTC

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README

About

The DAMASolariumBundle provides integration with the Solarium solr client library.

This Bundle is partially based on NelmioSolariumBundle and is fully compatible with Symfony 5 and Solarium 5.2.

Installation

Require the dama/solarium-bundle package in your composer.json and update your dependencies.

$ composer require dama/solarium-bundle

Add the DAMASolariumBundle to your AppKernel.php

public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = array(
        ...
        new \DAMA\SolariumBundle\DAMASolariumBundle(),
        ...
    );
    ...
}

Basic configuration

Quick-start configuration:

dama_solarium: ~

Gives you a Solarium Client service with default options (http://localhost:8983/solr)

    $client = $this->get('solarium.client');

Configure your endpoints in config.yml:

dama_solarium:
    endpoints:
        default:
            scheme: http
            host: localhost
            port: 8983
            path: /solr
            core: active
    clients:
        default:
            endpoints: [default]

If you only have one endpoint, the client section is not necessary

Usage

$client = $this->get('solarium.client');
$select = $client->createSelect();
$select->setQuery('foo');
$results = $client->select($select);

For more information see the Solarium documentation.

Multiple clients and endpoints

dama_solarium:
    endpoints:
        default:
            host: 192.168.1.2
        another:
            host: 192.168.1.3
    clients:
        default:
            endpoints: [default]
        another:
            endpoints: [another]
    $defaultClient = $this->get('solarium.client');
    $anotherClient = $this->get('solarium.client.another');

You may also change default name with your own, but don't forget change default_client option if you want to get access to solarium.client service

dama_solarium:
    default_client: firstOne
    endpoints:
        firstOne:
            host: 192.168.1.2
        anotherOne:
            host: 192.168.1.3
    clients:
        firstOne:
            endpoints: [firstOne]
        anotherOne:
            endpoints: [anotherOne]
    $firstOneClient = $this->get('solarium.client');
    //or
    $firstOneClient = $this->get('solarium.client.firstOne');

    $anotherOneClient = $this->get('solarium.client.anotherOne');

You can also have multiple endpoints within the same client

dama_solarium:
    endpoints:
        default:
            host: 192.168.1.2
        another:
            host: 192.168.1.3
    # if you are using all the endpoints, the clients section is not necessary
    clients:
        default:
            endpoints: [default, another]

You can also set which is the default endpoint

dama_solarium:
    endpoints:
        default:
            host: 192.168.1.2
        another:
            host: 192.168.1.3
    clients:
        default:
            endpoints: [default, another]
            default_endpoint: another

You can combine both multiple client and endpoints too

dama_solarium:
    endpoints:
        one:
            host: 192.168.1.2
        two:
            host: 192.168.1.3
        three:
            host: 192.168.1.4
    clients:
        firstOne:
            endpoints: [one, two]
            default_endpoint: two
        secondOne:
            endpoints: [two, three]
            default_endpoint: three

Client registry

You can also use the service solarium.client_registry to access the clients you have configured using the names you have used in the configuration (with the example above).

/** @var DAMA\SolariumBundle\ClientRegistryInterface $registry */
$registry = $this->get('solarium.client_registry');
$firstOne = $registry->getClient('firstOne');
$secondOne = $registry->getClient('secondOne');

or if you have configured a default client

$registry = $this->get('solarium.client_registry');
$default = $registry->getClient();

Plugins

Solarium works with plugins. If you want to use your own plugins, you can register a plugin in the bundle configuration either with a service id or the plugin class:

dama_solarium:
    clients:
        default:
            plugins:
                test_plugin_service:
                    plugin_service: plugin _service_id
                test_plugin_classname:
                    plugin_class: Some\Plugin\TestPlugin

Overriding the Client class

To change the client class, you can set the client_class option:

dama_solarium:
    clients:
        default:
            client_class: Solarium\Core\Client

Customizing the HTTP Adapter used by the Client

If you need to customize the Adapter that is used by the Client to perform HTTP requests to Solr then you can use the adapter_service option to specify the ID of a symfony service to be used as an adapter:

dama_solarium:
    clients:
        default:
            adapter_service: 'my.custom.adapter.service'

HTTP Request timeout

If you are using the default adapter (Curl) and did not customize the adapter_service then you can use the adapter_timeout option to customize the timeout. Solarium uses a timeout of 5 seconds by default.

dama_solarium:
    clients:
        default:
            adapter_timeout: 10

License

Released under the MIT License, see LICENSE.