ermakove/laravel-manticoresearch

An easy way to use the official ManticoreSearch client in your Laravel applications

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Laravel ManticoreSearch plugin

An easiest way to use the official ManticoreSearch client in your Laravel or Lumen applications.

composer require evilfreelancer/laravel-manticoresearch

Post install

Laravel

The package's service provider will automatically register its service provider.

Publish the configuration file:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="ManticoreSearch\Laravel\ServiceProvider"

Alternative configuration method via .env file

After you publish the configuration file as suggested above, you may configure ManticoreSearch by adding the following to your application's .env file (with appropriate values):

MANTICORESEARCH_HOST=localhost
MANTICORESEARCH_PORT=9200
MANTICORESEARCH_TRANSPORT=Http
MANTICORESEARCH_USER=
MANTICORESEARCH_PASS=

All available environments variables

Name Default value Description
MANTICORESEARCH_CONNECTION default Name of default connection
MANTICORESEARCH_HOST localhost Address of host with Manticore server
MANTICORESEARCH_PORT 9308 Port number with REST server
MANTICORESEARCH_TRANSPORT Http Type of transport, can be: Http, Https, PhpHttp or your custom driver
MANTICORESEARCH_USER Username
MANTICORESEARCH_PASS Password
MANTICORESEARCH_TIMEOUT 5 Timeout between requests
MANTICORESEARCH_CONNECTION_TIMEOUT 1 Timeout before connection
MANTICORESEARCH_PROXY Url of HTTP proxy server
MANTICORESEARCH_PERSISTENT true Define whenever connection is persistent or not
MANTICORESEARCH_RETRIES 2 Amount of retries if connection is lost

Lumen

If you work with Lumen, please register the service provider and configuration in bootstrap/app.php:

// Enable shortname of facade
$app->withFacades(true, [
    'ManticoreSearch\Laravel\Facade' => 'Facade',
]);

// Register Config Files
$app->configure('manticoresearch');

// Register Service Providers
$app->register(ManticoreSearch\Laravel\ServiceProvider::class);

Manually copy the configuration file to your application.

How to use

The ManticoreSearch facade is just an entry point into the ManticoreSearch client, so previously you might have used:

require_once __DIR__ . '/vendor/autoload.php';

$config = ['host'=>'127.0.0.1', 'port'=>9308];
$client = new \Manticoresearch\Client($config);
$index  = new \Manticoresearch\Index($client);
$index->setName('movies'); 

Instead of these few lines above you can use single line solution:

$index = \ManticoreSearch::index('movies');

That will run the command on the default connection. You can run a command on any connection (see the defaultConnection setting and connections array in the configuration file).

$index   = \ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->index($nameOfIndex);
$pq      = \ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->pq();
$cluster = \ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->cluster();
$indices = \ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->indices();
$nodes   = \ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->nodes();

// etc...

methods of the Client class:

\ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->sql($params);
\ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->replace($params);
\ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName')->delete($params);

// etc...

Lumen users who aren't using facades will need to use dependency injection, or the application container in order to get the ManticoreSearch Index object:

// using injection:
public function handle(\ManticoreSearch\Laravel\Manager $manticoresearch)
{
    $manticoresearch->describe();
}

// using application container:
$manticoreSearch = $this->app('manticoresearch');

Of course, dependency injection and the application container work for Laravel applications as well.

Logging

Since the PHP client of the ManticoreSearch supports logging through PSR-compatible loggers, you can use them in the same way as presented in the official documentation.

For example, you want to use the Monolog logger.

composer require monolog/monolog

By default, you need to write something like this:

$logger = new \Monolog\Logger('name');
$logger->pushHandler(new \Monolog\Handler\StreamHandler('/my/log.file', Logger::INFO));
$config = ['host' => '127.0.0.1', 'port' => 9306];
$client = new \Manticoresearch\Client($config, $logger);
$index  = new \Manticoresearch\Index($client);
$index->setName('movies');

But if you want to use the Monolog together with this library then you may simplify your code like this:

$logger = new \Monolog\Logger('name');
$logger->pushHandler(new \Monolog\Handler\StreamHandler('/my/log.file', Logger::INFO));

$index = \ManticoreSearch::connection('connectionName', $logger)->index('movies');

Testing

Just install dev requirements composer install --dev, then execute following command from root of this library:

./vendor/bin/phpunit

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