Phprest Orm Service.

dev-master 2015-06-28 18:33 UTC

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Orm Service which uses these components:


Install it through composer.

    "require": {
        "phprest/phprest-service-orm": "@stable"

tip: you should browse the phprest/phprest-service-orm page to choose a stable version to use, avoid the @stable meta constraint.



For the configuration you should check the Config class.


$ormConfig = new \Phprest\Service\Orm\Config(
        'driver'            => 'pdo_mysql',
        'host'              => 'localhost',
        'dbname'            => 'phprest',
        'charset'           => 'utf8',
        'user'              => 'root',
        'password'          => 'root'

$ormConfig->migration = new \Phprest\Service\Orm\Config\Migration('path_to_the_migrations');
$ormConfig->fixture = new \Phprest\Service\Orm\Config\Fixture('path_to_the_fixtures');


use Phprest\Service\Orm;
# ...
/** @var \Phprest\Application $app */

$app->registerService(new Orm\Service(), $ormConfig);
# ...

Reaching from a Controller

To reach your Service from a Controller you should use the Service's Getter Trait.

<?php namespace App\Module\Controller;

use Phprest\Service;

class Index extends \Phprest\Util\Controller
    use Service\Orm\Getter;

    public function post(Request $request)
        /** @var \Doctrine\ORM\EntityManager $em */
        $em = $this->serviceOrm();


You can use a helper script if you want after a composer install (vendor/bin/phprest-service-orm).

You have to provide an orm config for the script. You have two options for this:

  • Put your orm configuration to a specific file: app/config/orm.php
  • You have to return with the orm configuration in the proper file
  • Put the path of the configuration in the paths.php file
  • You have to return with an array from the paths.php file with the orm configuration file path under the service.orm.config array key