joacub/zf2-doctrine-autocomplete

Provides a autocomplete form for ZF2 and Doctrine2.

dev-master 2016-09-02 05:19 UTC

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Last update: 2024-07-11 08:37:10 UTC


README

A form element autocomplete for Doctrine 2 and ZF2

Requirements

DoctrineModule, jQuery, jQueryUi,

Installation

Using github

cd vendor
git clone https://github.com/fabiopaiva/Zf2DoctrineAutocomplete

Using composer

php composer.phar require fabiopaiva/zf2-doctrine-autocomplete:dev-master

Copy javascript initializer to your public folder

# if composer
cp vendor/fabiopaiva/zf2-doctrine-autocomplete/data/zf2-doctrine-autocomplete.min.js public/js/
# if github
cp vendor/Zf2DoctrineAutocomplete/data/zf2-doctrine-autocomplete.min.js public/js/

Enable the module

Enable this module in your application.config.php

return array(
    'modules' => array(
    'DoctrineModule',
    'Zf2DoctrineAutocomplete',
    'Application',
    )   
);

Add javascript file to your layout

Copy this file from data folder

echo $this
    ->headScript()
    ->prependFile($this->basePath() . '/js/zf2-doctrine-autocomplete.min.js');

Create a custom form element with your parameters

This file must be statically configured because is called from Zf2DoctrineAutocomplete engine

<?php

namespace Application\Form\Element;
use Zf2DoctrineAutocomplete\Form\Element\ObjectAutocomplete;

class MyAutocompleteElement extends ObjectAutocomplete {

    private $initialized = false;

    public function setOptions($options) {
    if (!$this->initialized) {
        $options = array_merge($options, array(
            'class' => get_class($this),
            'object_manager' => $options['sm']->get('Doctrine\ORM\EntityManager'), // For Doctrine ORM
            // 'object_manager' => $options['sm']->get('doctrine.documentmanager.odm_default'), // For Doctrine ODM (Mongodb)
            'target_class' => 'Application\Entity\MyEntity',
            'searchFields' => array('code', 'description'),
            'empty_item_label' => 'Nothing found',
            'select_warning_message' => 'Select a itemName in list',
            'property' => 'description',
            'orderBy' => array('code','ASC')
        ));
        $this->initialized = true;
        }

    parent::setOptions($options);
    }

}

Add the custom element to your form

$form->add(array(
        'name' => 'myAutocompleteElement',
        'type' => 'Application\Form\Element\MyAutocompleteElement',
        'options' => array(
            'label' => 'My label here',
            'sm' => $serviceManager // don't forget to send Service Manager
        ),
        'attributes' => array(
            'required' => true,
            'class' => 'form-control input-sm'
        )
    ));

Add elements dinamically

After add the new element in page, call the initializer:

zf2DoctrineAutocomplete.init('#jQuerySelector');