phpro/zf-apigility-doctrine-bulk

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A module that provides an extendable and fast way of adding bulk actions to the doctrine apigility module.

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Repository abandoned 2020-11-27

This repository has been archived since we are not using it anymore internally. Feel free to use it AS-IS, we won't be providing any support anymore.

Apigility Doctrine Bulk Module

This module provides an extendable and fast way of adding bulk actions to the doctrine apigility module. It is based on the bulk API of elasticsearch.

Installation

curl -s https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
php composer.phar install

Module Installation

Add to composer.json

"phpro/zf-apigility-doctrine-bulk": "dev-master"

Add module to application.config.php

return array(
    'modules' => array(
        'Phpro\Apigility\Doctrine\Bulk',
        // other libs...
    ),
    // Other config
);

Add your custom bulk endpoints to the configuration

return [
    // A normal RPC route:
    'router' => [
        'routes' => [
            'api.rpc.bulk' => [
                'type' => 'Segment',
                'options' => [
                    'route' => '/api/bulk',
                    'defaults' => array(
                        'controller' => 'Api\V1\Rpc\Bulk\BulkController',
                        'action' => 'bulk',
                    ],
                ],
            ],
        ]
    ],

    /*
     * A new bulk controller:
     * - entity_class: the classname of the doctrine entity
     * - object_manager: the key of the desired object manager in the service manager
     * - hydrator: the key of the desired hydrator in the hydrator manager
     * - listeners: custom bulk action listeners that are being loaded from the service manager
     */
    'zf-apigility' => [
        'doctrine-bulk-handlers' => [
            'Api\V1\Rpc\Bulk\BulkController' => [
                'entity_class' => 'Application\Entity',
                'object_manager' => 'doctrine.object-manager.default',
                'hydrator' => 'Application\Hydrator\Entity',
                'listeners' => [
                    // Custom ListenerAggregates
                ],
            ],
        ],
    ],

    // Flag the new controller as a RPC controller:
    'zf-rpc' => [
        'Api\V1\Rpc\Bulk\BulkController' => array(
            'http_methods' => array(
                0 => 'POST',
            ),
            'route_name' => 'api.rpc.bulk',
            'service_name' => 'Bulk',
        ),
    ],

    // Enable versioning
    'zf-versioning' => [
        'uri' => [
            0 => 'api.rpc.bulk',
        ],
    ],

    // Add JSON to content negotiation
    'zf-content-negotiation' => [
        'controllers' => [
            'Api\V1\Rpc\Bulk\BulkController' => 'Json',
        ],
        'accept_whitelist' => [
            'Api\V1\Rpc\Bulk\BulkController' => array(
                0 => 'application/json',
                1 => 'application/*+json',
            ),
        ],
        'content_type_whitelist' => [
            'Api\V1\Rpc\Bulk\BulkController' => [
                0 => 'application/json',
            ],
        ],
    ],
];

Create a RPC Controller class

namespace Api\V1\Rpc\Bulk;
use Phpro\Apigility\Doctrine\Bulk\Controller\BulkController as BaseController;

class BulkController extends BaseController
{

}

Run a bulk call

POST /api/bulk

Request body:

[
    {'create': {'name': 'VeeWee'}},
    {'update': {'id': 1, 'name': 'Updated'}},
    {'delete': {'id': 2}},
    {'changeEmail': {'id': 1, 'email': 'new@email.com'}},
]

Response body:

[
    {'command': 'create', 'id': 100, 'params': [], 'isSuccess': true, 'isError': false, 'error': ''},
    {'command': 'update', 'id': 1, 'params': [], 'isSuccess': true, 'isError': false, 'error': ''},
    {'command': 'delete', 'id': 2, 'params': [], 'isSuccess': true, 'isError': false, 'error': ''},
    {'command': 'changeEmail', 'id': 1, 'params': {'old-email': 'old@email.com'}, 'isSuccess': true, 'isError': false, 'error': ''},
]

Custom Commands

It is very easy to add a custom action like changeEmail to the bulk service. This method will call the changeEmail($email) method on the entity with ID 1 and save the entity to the database. When the result of this method is an array, then these results are added as key-value pairs to the response.

Custom listeners

It is possible to add your own custom listeners for specific tasks. You should create a class that implements ListenerAggregateInterface. This listener should listen to a BulkEvent with a specified command name. When you add this listener to the service manager, it is posible to add the key to the listeners property of the doctrine-bulk-handlers part in the configuration.

TODO

  • Interaction with admin