overblog/thrift-bundle

OverBlog Thrift Bundle

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0.9.11 2015-03-30 13:14 UTC

README

What is this repository ?

This is a custom version of the Thrift protocol for PHP

Usefull links ?

https://github.com/yuxel/thrift-examples

http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/thrift/trunk/

Getting the bundle

The Composer way

Update your composer json with this new dependency into the "require" section.

// composer.json
"require": {
    "php": ">=5.3.3",
    "symfony/symfony": "2.1.*",
    ...
    "overblog/thrift-bundle": "*" // insert this line
}

And then run composer update

Setting up the bundle

Let's start by registering the bundle into the AppKernel

// app/AppKernel.php
public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = array(
        ...
        new Overblog\ThriftBundle\OverblogThriftBundle(),
        ...
    );

    return $bundles;
}

You can now create your Service.thrift file and place it in a ThriftDefinition directory, in your own bundle.

For example: MyNameSpace/MyBundle/ThriftDefinition/Service.thrift

You need to configure the compiler to build the right files.

#app/config/config.yml
  overblog_thrift:
    services:
      *service_name*:
        definition: Service
        namespace: ThriftModel\Service
        definitionPath: /PATH/ # Path of the definition
        server: true    # Define if server class will be generated

You are now able to generate the model with php app/console thrift:compile CompleteBundleName Service

Model will be automatically generated on the cache warmup (php app/console cache:warmup) in your cache directory.

You can set in the option "protocol" too

To use server

Create your handler that extends Overblog\ThriftBundle\Api\Extensions\BaseExtension and implements ThriftModel\Service\ServiceIf. Then register it in your bundle:

#Bundle/Ressources/config/services.yml
    services:
      thrift.handler.service:
        class: BundleName\Handler\Service
        arguments: [@service_container]

Add the server config to your project's config.yml:

#app/config/config.yml
    overblog_thrift:
      servers:
        *service_name*:
          service: *service_name*
          handler: thrift_api.processor.service

If you wan't to use Thrift over HTTP Transport, you must add the bundle's routing to your project.

#app/config/routing.yml
    OverblogThriftBundle:
      resource: "@OverblogThriftBundle/Resources/config/routing.yml"
      prefix:   /

Or you can start the socket version with the command:

php app/console thrift:server *service_name*

To use client

HTTP Client: Add this to your projects's config.yml :

#app/config/config.yml
  overblog_thrift:
    clients:
      *client_name*:
        service: *service_name*:
        type: http
        hosts:
          comment:
            host: domain/thrift
            port: 80

Socket Client: Add this to your projects's config.yml :

#app/config/config.yml
  overblog_thrift:
    clients:
      *client_name*:
        service: *service_name*:
        type: socket
        hosts:
          *host_name*:
            host: localhost
            port: 9090

Multi Socket Client: Add this to your projects's config.yml :

#app/config/config.yml
  overblog_thrift:
    clients:
      *client_name*:
        service: *service_name*:
        type: socket
        hosts:
          *host_name*:
            host: localhost
            port: 9090
          *host_name_2*:
            host: localhost
            port: 9091

Then you can call the client:

// your_controller.php

$service = $this->getContainer()->get('thrift.client.*client_name*');
$client = $service->getClient();

$service = $service->getFactory('ThriftModel\Service\Service');
$service->property = 121354984651354647;
$service->name = 'Name 1';

$id = $client->execMethod($service);