smalot/magento-bundle

A Symfony2 wrapper for the Magento Soap Client API

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v0.3 2014-05-08 18:26 UTC

README

This project is a bridge between Symfony 2 and Magento-Client API which allow to call easily the Magento Soap v1 API.

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Allows :

  • wrappers for each call
  • dependencies injections
  • event listeners
  • debug toolbar integration
  • and ... code completion

Requirements

  • Symfony >= 2.1
  • PHP >= 5.3
  • smalot/magento-client

Installation

Add the following lines to your composer.json:

{
    "require": {
        "smalot/magento-bundle": "*"
    }
}

And run php composer.phar update smalot/magento-bundle

Then, register the bundle in your kernel:

# app/AppKernel.php

# ...

class AppKernel extends Kernel
{
    public function registerBundles()
    {
        $bundles = array(
            # ...
            new Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoBundle(),
        );

        return $bundles;
    }
}

Configuration

You need to setup at least one connection in the connections pool and specify it with the default_connection property. The mandatory properties are: url, api_user and api_key.

# app/config/config.yml

# Sample configuration
magento:
    # Refers to the default connection in the connection pool
    default_connection:   default # Example: default

    # List all available connections
    connections:

        # Prototype
        default:
            url:                  http://domain.tld/magento/
            api_user:             username
            api_key:              0123456789AZ

            # Enable logging system
            logging:              %kernel.debug%

            # Refers to the logger service
            logger:               ~

            # Refers to the dispatcher service
            dispatcher:           ~

Details

Service(s) provided:

  • magento

Events thrown in security context:

  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::PRE_LOGIN
  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::POST_LOGIN
  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::PRE_LOGOUT
  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::POST_LOGOUT

Events thrown in transport context:

  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::PRE_SINGLE_CALL
  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::POST_SINGLE_CALL
  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::PRE_MULTI_CALL
  • \Smalot\MagentoBundle\MagentoEvents::POST_MULTI_CALL

Sample codes

Using the default connection:

class MagentoController extends Controller
{
    /**
     * @Route("/", name="magento_index")
     */
    public function indexAction(Request $request)
    {
        // Retrieve default connection.
        $magento = $this->get('magento')->getManager();

        if ($magento->ping()) {
            // Call any module's class.
            $categoryManager = new \Smalot\Magento\Catalog\Category($magento);
            $tree            = $categoryManager->getTree()->execute();
        } else {
            $tree = array();
        }

        $magento->logout();

        return new Response('<html><body><pre>' . var_export($tree, true) . '</pre></body></html>');
    }
}

The connection can be specified manually if needed:

$magento = $this->get('magento')->getManager('second_connection_name');