This bundle handles check-ins to places and contact tracing for warning about COVID-19 cases.
You will need to install and set up the Digital Blueprint fork of CampusQR, the open source system for contact tracing at universities.
See Check-in Website for more information.
There is a corresponding frontend application that uses this API at Check-in Frontend Application.
You can install the bundle directly from packagist.org.
composer require dbp/relay-checkin-bundle
- Add the bundle to your
config/bundles.phpin front of
... Dbp\Relay\CheckinBundle\DbpRelayCheckinBundle::class => ['all' => true], Dbp\Relay\CoreBundle\DbpRelayCoreBundle::class => ['all' => true], ];
composer installto clear caches
The bundle has a
campus_qr_url and a
campus_qr_token configuration value that you can specify in your
app, either by hardcoding it, or by referencing an environment variable.
For this create
config/packages/dbp_relay_checkin.yaml in the app with the following content:
dbp_relay_checkin: campus_qr_url: 'https://campusqr.your.domain' # campus_qr_url: '%env(CAMPUS_QR_URL)%' campus_qr_token: 'secret token' # campus_qr_token: '%env(CAMPUS_QR_TOKEN)%'
If you were using the DBP API Server Template as template for your Symfony application, then the configuration file should have already been generated for you.
To handle locking you need to configure locking in the core bundle.
You also need to configure the Symfony Messenger in the core bundle to check out guests after a certain amount of time.
For more info on bundle configuration see https://symfony.com/doc/current/bundles/configuration.html.
This bundle needs the roles
ROLE_SCOPE_LOCATION-CHECK-IN-GUEST assigned to the user
to get permissions for the api.