Sylius base price plugin will show product base price next to its price and in cart


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Plugin that calculates and shows product base price


Sylius Base Price Plugin allows you to add extra information to your shop about product base price. After installation you will need to set up product variable mass or volume or other unit. This value will be used to calculate base unit price and will show up in product detail page and cart.


  • Installs base_price_unit and base_price_value columns in sylius_product_variant table.
  • "Base Price" tab in admin product variant page
  • Base price display in product detail page
  • Base price display in cart for each product


Download and install

composer require ecoco/sylius-base-price-plugin

Enable plugin

Register the plugin by adding it to your config/bundles.php file

return [
    // ...
    Ecocode\SyliusBasePricePlugin\EcocodeSyliusBasePricePlugin::class => ['all' => true],


# config/packages/ecocode_sylius_base_price_plugin.yaml

    - { resource: "@EcocodeSyliusBasePricePlugin/Resources/config/config.yaml" }

# Custom config override
# Mapping config will not be merged so all default mapping will be gone
#    use_short_unit_name: false
#    mapping:
#        UnitConverter\Measure::VOLUME:
#            - { unit: UnitConverter\Unit\Volume\Millilitre, mod: 10 }

Advanced configuration

If you want to have more control over what metrics are visible and how it will be converted then you should update:

ecocode_sylius_base_price: (uncomment from above)

Its default values are defined in src/Resources/config/config.yaml

Extend ProductVariant entity

Add trait and interface to existing entity.

# src/Entity/Product/ProductVariant.php

namespace App\Entity\Product;

use Doctrine\ORM\Mapping as ORM;
use Ecocode\SyliusBasePricePlugin\Entity\Product\ProductVariantInterface;
use Ecocode\SyliusBasePricePlugin\Entity\Product\ProductVariantTrait;
use Sylius\Component\Core\Model\ProductVariant as BaseProductVariant;

 * @ORM\Entity
 * @ORM\Table(name="sylius_product_variant")
class ProductVariant extends BaseProductVariant implements ProductVariantInterface
    use ProductVariantTrait;

Run migration

bin/console doctrine:migrations:diff
bin/console doctrine:migrations:migrate

or update schema without defining migration

bin/console -e test doctrine:schema:update --dump-sql
bin/console -e test doctrine:schema:update --dump-sql --force

Clear cache

bin/console cache:clear


1. Select product unit

Screenshot edit product variant unit type

2. Set product unit value

Screenshot edit product variant base price

3. See it in product detail page

Screenshot see product detail page

4. See it in cart

Screenshot see in cart



  1. You will need to have database running. You can use locally installed one or run it using docker.

    docker run -d --rm -p 3306:3306 -e MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=test -e MYSQL_DATABASE=sylius -e MYSQL_USER=app -e MYSQL_PASSWORD=test mariadb:10.5.9
  2. Then edit and make sure database configuration is correct:

Edit tests/Application/.env.test file. And add database configuration there


# if you're running mariadb
  1. Export test env (then commands dont require -e test)
export APP_ENV=test


Continue with setup

composer install
cd tests/Application
yarn install
yarn run gulp
bin/console assets:install public -e test
#bin/console doctrine:database:drop --force -e test
#bin/console doctrine:database:create -e test
bin/console doctrine:schema:create -e test
bin/console sylius:fixtures:load -e test
bin/console cache:clear -e test
bin/console doctrine:schema:update --dump-sql --force -e test

# If you want to develop something this is one way of starting dev server.
# Later on we will use symfony server because it can handle https way easier.
#bin/console server:run -d public -e test

Come back to root directory

cd ../../

Then you should be able to run phpunit and other static code analysis checks.



Static code analysis




vendor/bin/phpstan analyse -c phpstan.neon -l max src/

Behat (JS scenarios)

1. [Install Symfony CLI command](

2. Start Chrome (all other chrome sessions needs to be closed first):

 google-chrome-stable --enable-automation --disable-background-networking --no-default-browser-check --no-first-run --disable-popup-blocking --disable-default-apps --allow-insecure-localhost --disable-translate --disable-extensions --no-sandbox --enable-features=Metal --headless --remote-debugging-port=9222 --window-size=2880,1800 --proxy-server='direct://' --proxy-bypass-list='*'

 google-chrome-stable --enable-automation --disable-background-networking --no-default-browser-check --no-first-run --disable-popup-blocking --disable-default-apps --allow-insecure-localhost --disable-translate --disable-extensions --no-sandbox --enable-features=Metal --remote-debugging-port=9222 --window-size=2880,1800 --proxy-server='direct://' --proxy-bypass-list='*'

3. Install SSL certificates (only once needed) and run test application's webserver on ``:

 symfony server:ca:install
 APP_ENV=test symfony server:start --port=8080 --dir=tests/Application/public --daemon

4. Run Behat:

 vendor/bin/behat --strict --tags="@javascript"