This bundle helps you log changes in your application. It is used to connect an entity and user with an event and time. You may later query this log to get the history of the event. Example when you want to know who edited the blog post.
This is similar to Hostnet entity tracker but we do not listen to doctrine lifecycle events, we let you configure your own events.
Install the bundle with
composer require happyr/event-tracker-bundle, and let your events implement
Then you only need to configure for which events you want to have tracked.
happyr_event_tracker: events: acme.blog_post.created: namespace: blogpost action: created acme.blog_post.updated: namespace: blogpost action: updated acme.comment.created: namespace: comment action: created
Your user entity need to extend EventUserInterface and you need to make sure doctrine recognize the mapping:
doctrine: orm: resolve_target_entities: Happyr\EventTrackerBundle\Entity\EventUserInterface: Acme\UserBundle\Entity\User