DoctrineORM Symfony integration Bundle for RollerworksSearch
Main purpose of this bundle is to integrate the RollerworksSearch Doctrine ORM extension with any Symfony based application.
RollerworksSearch provides a powerful searching system.
This package is an extension for the RollerworksSearchBundle make sure you have successfully installed and configured the bundle before continuing.
Require the rollerworks/search-doctrine-orm-bundle package in your composer.json and update your dependencies.
$ composer require rollerworks/search-doctrine-orm-bundle
Add the RollerworksSearchDoctrineOrmBundle to your application's kernel:
// in AppKernel::registerBundles() $bundles = [ ... new Rollerworks\Bundle\SearchBundle\RollerworksSearchBundle(), new Rollerworks\Bundle\SearchDoctrineDbalBundle\RollerworksSearchDoctrineDbalBundle(), new Rollerworks\Bundle\SearchDoctrineOrmBundle\RollerworksSearchDoctrineOrmBundle(), ... ];
The RollerworksSearchDoctrineOrmBundle is already pre-configured and does not require configuring. But you properly want to configure a 'real' cache which stays persistent between page requests.
The Caching system uses the doctrine/cache system for caching generated SQL/DQL queries. You can use any driver supported by Doctrine for caching.
Note: The default driver uses an array which is only cached in memory.
Use a service-id as value for
# app/config/config.yml rollerworks_search_doctrine_orm: cache_driver: rollerworks_search.doctrine_orm.cache.array_driver
If you want to use the search system with other EntityManagers then the "default" you can configure this with the following:
# app/config/config.yml rollerworks_search_doctrine_orm: entity_managers: [default, second]
rollerworks_search.doctrine_orm.factory service provides the
Rollerworks\Component\Search\Doctrine\Orm\DoctrineOrmFactory for creating WhereBuilders.
The source of this package is subject to the MIT license that is bundled with this source code in the file LICENSE.
This is an open source project. If you'd like to contribute, please read the Contributing Code part of Symfony for the basics. If you're submitting a pull request, please follow the guidelines in the Submitting a Patch section.