A template bundle for the Relay API gateway

v0.1.1 2024-04-18 08:18 UTC

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Last update: 2024-07-22 04:08:07 UTC



GitHub | Packagist | Frontend Application | {{Name}} Website

The {{name}} bundle provides an API for interacting with ...

There is a corresponding frontend application that uses this API at {{Name}} Frontend Application.

Bundle installation

You can install the bundle directly from packagist.org.

composer require {{package-name}}

Integration into the Relay API Server

  • Add the bundle to your config/bundles.php in front of DbpRelayCoreBundle:
Dbp\Relay\{{Name}}Bundle\DbpRelay{{Name}}Bundle::class => ['all' => true],
Dbp\Relay\CoreBundle\DbpRelayCoreBundle::class => ['all' => true],

If you were using the DBP API Server Template as template for your Symfony application, then this should have already been generated for you.

  • Run composer install to clear caches


The bundle has a database_url configuration value that you can specify in your app, either by hard-coding it, or by referencing an environment variable.

For this create config/packages/dbp_relay_{{name}}.yaml in the app with the following content:

  database_url: 'mysql://db:secret@mariadb:3306/db?serverVersion=mariadb-10.3.30'
  # database_url: %env({{NAME}}_DATABASE_URL)%

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.

For more info on bundle configuration see https://symfony.com/doc/current/bundles/configuration.html.

Development & Testing

  • Install dependencies: composer install
  • Run tests: composer test
  • Run linters: composer run lint
  • Run cs-fixer: composer run cs-fix

Bundle dependencies

Don't forget you need to pull down your dependencies in your main application if you are installing packages in a bundle.

# updates and installs dependencies of {{package-name}}
composer update {{package-name}}


Database migration

Run this script to migrate the database. Run this script after installation of the bundle and after every update to adapt the database to the new source code.

php bin/console doctrine:migrations:migrate --em=dbp_relay_{{name}}_bundle

Error codes






This bundle needs the role ROLE_SCOPE_{{NAME}} assigned to the user to get permissions to fetch data. To create a new submission entry the Symfony role ROLE_SCOPE_{{NAME}}-POST is required.


To extend the behavior of the bundle the following event is registered:


This event allows you to react on submission creations. You can use this for example to email the submitter of the submission.

An event subscriber receives a Dbp\Relay\{{Name}}Bundle\Event\CreateSubmissionPostEvent instance in a service for example in src/EventSubscriber/CreateSubmissionSubscriber.php:


namespace App\EventSubscriber;

use Dbp\Relay\{{Name}}Bundle\Event\CreateSubmissionPostEvent;
use Symfony\Component\EventDispatcher\EventSubscriberInterface;

class CreateSubmissionSubscriber implements EventSubscriberInterface
    public static function getSubscribedEvents(): array
        return [
            CreateSubmissionPostEvent::NAME => 'onPost',

    public function onPost(CreateSubmissionPostEvent $event)
        $submission = $event->getSubmission();
        $dataFeedElement = $submission->getDataFeedElementDecoded();

        // TODO: extract email address and send email
        $email = $dataFeedElement['email'];