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Additional TypoScript data processors for your TYPO3 installation.

You already know how to use Composer packages. This one is called namelesscoder/typo3-cms-data-processors.

Structured Variables Data Processor

Intended to fill the gap between FLUIDTEMPLATE data processors and variables, which allow only a single level of variables, to facilitate creation and overriding of structured variables.

Allows you to do two important things you normally cannot:

  1. Other data processors which support the as argument gain support for using dotted paths as target variable name, for example, the menu data processor can put the menu items array into a nested array in Fluid.
  2. TypoScript objects can also be rendered and assigned as template variables using dotted path variable names.

In addition the data processor allows overwriting variables in already assigned arrays such as the settings array - even overriding model object instance properties is possible if you have previously assigned a domain model instance as a template variable.


# First, a standard data processor - except with a dotted-name variable in "as"
page.10.dataProcessing.150 = TYPO3\CMS\Frontend\DataProcessing\MenuProcessor
page.10.dataProcessing.150 {
     levels = 4
     as =
     expandAll = 1
     titleField = nav_title // title

# The StructuredVariablesProcessor must always come last...
page.10.dataProcessing.5000 = NamelessCoder\DataProcessors\StructuredVariablesProcessor

# ...and it can define any number of TS objects as first-level children
page.10.dataProcessing.5000.searchText = TEXT
page.10.dataProcessing.5000.searchText.value = Test...
# ...which now also supports (actually, requires) an "as" attribute =
# ...that then creates that variable and has it re-mapped by the structured variables processor.

Resulting array structure that becomes a Fluid variable:

     "foo" => [
             "bar" => [
                     "menu" => [...array of menu items...],
                     "text" => "Test..."

Which means you can reference the two new variables as:



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