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eZ Publish KeyMedia connectivity

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Language: JavaScript

Type: ezpublish-legacy-extension

v2.3.1 2014-09-30 09:58 UTC



Using composer

composer.phar require keyteqlabs/keymedia-ezpublish

Navigate to the extension.

cd /my/ez/extension/keymedia

Install sql

mysql -u username -p -h host databasename < sql/mysql/install.sql

Regenerate autoloads and clear cache

php bin/php/ezpgenerateautoloads.php; php bin/php/ezcache.php --clear-all --purge

Connect to KeyMedia

Head over to Admin Dashboard -> KeyMedia and add your KeyMedia API connection information.

Make keymedia available in eZOe

In your ezoe.ini in settings/override you must add the following:



The keymedia button could be placed anywhere in the editor. See the eZOe doc on how to arrange buttons.

Setting up versions the user should be able to produce, is done in the keymedia.ini file. Make a keymedia.ini.append.php in the siteacces or the override folder. This is the possible settings with examples:

# Disable using focal point scaler strategy


# Defines what backend to use for tinymce integration

# Defines a list of versions that are available in ezoe editor to crop. Must at least have one version

# Defines a list of css classes that are available for user in editor
# Separate actual css class and readable name with "|"
ClassList[]=left|Left adjusted
ClassList[]=right|Right adjusted

# Defines a list of view modes that are available for user in editor.
# The mode name is the same as template file-name. E.g. design/standard/templates/content/datatype/view/ezxmltags/keymedia-embed.tpl
# Separate actual css class and readable name with "|"
ViewModes[]=keymedia-embed|Embeded view

# Size definition of each version.
# 0 means that it's unbound. Only one dimension can have an unbound size (means 0x0 is not allowed)





Install dev dependencies and run tests:

composer.phar install
phpunit tests/

In order to run all unit tests the repo need to be placed under ezpublish/extension/keymedia, it will then use the underlying ezpublish installation for extending eZPersistentObject


Lookup on tags

$backend = Backend::first(array('id' => $backendId));
// One tag
$results = $backend->tagged('a tag');
// Multiple tags
$results = $backend->tagged(array('first', 'second'));
// Match either tag
$results = $backend->tagged(array('first', 'second'), array('operator' => 'or'));
// Limit results
$results = $backend->tagged(array('first', 'second'), array('limit' => 1));

Test it in your browser

Its simple! Just head over to and it will read your installations available KeyMedia connections and let you do tag search in them. You can look at this example class for code as well, its in modules/user_test/UserTest.php.

Upgrade old beta version

KeyMedia was initially named ezr_keymedia, and if you have a copy of the extension named as that you must do a few steps:

  • Change git-repo to the aforementioned one (if running from git)
  • Git pull (if running from git)
  • Rename extension; mv extension/ezr_keymedia extension/keymedia
  • Run sql-upgrade; mysql -u username -p -h host databasename < sql/mysql/upgrade-1.0.sql
  • Regenerate autoloads and purge cache