nucleos/doctrine-extensions

Useful doctrine event hooks.

4.2.0 2021-02-08 21:48 UTC

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This library provides adds some useful doctrine hooks.

Installation

Open a command console, enter your project directory and execute the following command to download the latest stable version of this library:

composer require nucleos/doctrine-extensions

Usage

Confirmable entities

If you need entities that needs to be confirmed, just implement the Nucleos\Doctrine\Model\ConfirmableInterface in your entity class.

If you don't need the symfony framework, you need to register the Nucleos\Doctrine\EventListener\ORM\ConfirmableListener.

Deleteable entities

If you need entities that should be soft deleted, just implement the Nucleos\Doctrine\Model\DeletableInterface in your entity class.

If you don't need the symfony framework, you need to register the Nucleos\Doctrine\EventListener\ORM\DeletableListener.

Lifecyle aware enties

If you need lifecyle information (creation / update date), just implement the Nucleos\Doctrine\Model\LifecycleDateTimeInterface in your entity class.

If you don't need the symfony framework, you need to register the Nucleos\Doctrine\EventListener\ORM\LifecycleDateListener.

Position aware entities

If you need sortable entities, just implement the Nucleos\Doctrine\Model\PositionAwareInterface in your entity class.

If you don't need the symfony framework, you need to register the Nucleos\Doctrine\EventListener\ORM\SortableListener.

Unique active entities

If you need entities that should only have one active state, just implement the Nucleos\Doctrine\Model\UniqueActiveInterface in your entity class.

If you don't need the symfony framework, you need to register the Nucleos\Doctrine\EventListener\ORM\UniqueActiveListener.

Table prefix

If you need a prefix for all of you application tables and sequences, you could use the TablePrefixEventListener. If the table name does already start with the defined prefix, it will be ignored.

If you don't need the symfony framework, you need to register the Nucleos\Doctrine\EventListener\ORM\TablePrefixEventListener.

Symfony usage

If you want to use this library inside symfony, you can use a bridge.

Enable the Bundle

Then, enable the bundle by adding it to the list of registered bundles in config/bundles.php file of your project:

// config/bundles.php

return [
    // ...
    Nucleos\Doctrine\Bridge\Symfony\Bundle\NucleosDoctrineBundle::class => ['all' => true],
];

Configure the Bundle

Create a configuration file called nucleos_doctrine.yaml:

# config/packages/nucleos_doctrine.yaml

nucleos_doctrine:
    table:
        prefix: 'acme_'

License

This library is under the MIT license.