Symfony RocketChat Notifier Bridge

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Provides RocketChat integration for Symfony Notifier.

DSN example



  • ACCESS_TOKEN is your RocketChat webhook token
  • CHANNEL is your RocketChat channel, it may be overridden in the payload

Example (be sure to escape the middle slash with %2F):

# Webhook URL: https://rocketchathost/hooks/a847c392165c41f7bc5bbf273dd701f3/9343289d1c33464bb15ef132b5a7628d

Attachments and Payload

When creating a ChatMessage, you can add payload and multiple attachments to RocketChatOptions. These enable you to customize the name or the avatar of the bot posting the message, and to add files to it.

The payload can contain any data you want; its data is processed by a Rocket.Chat Incoming Webhook Script which you can write to best suit your needs. For example, you can use this script to send the raw payload to Rocket.Chat:

 class Script {
     process_incoming_request({ request }) {
         return {

When using this script, the Payload must be indexed following Rocket.Chat Payload convention:

$payload = [
   'alias' => 'Bot Name',
   'emoji' => ':joy:', // Emoji used as avatar
   'avatar' => '', // Overridden by emoji if provided
   'channel' => '#myChannel', // Overrides the DSN's channel setting

$attachement1 = [
    'color' => '#ff0000',
    'title' => 'My title',
    'text' => 'My text',
    // ...

$attachement2 = [
    'color' => '#ff0000',
    'title' => 'My title',
    'text' => 'My text',
    // ...

// For backward compatibility reasons, both usages are valid
$rocketChatOptions = new RocketChatOptions($attachement1, $payload);
$rocketChatOptions = new RocketChatOptions([$attachement1, $attachement2], $payload);

Note: the text and attachments keys of the payload will be overridden respectively by the ChatMessage's subject and the attachments provided in RocketChatOptions' constructor.

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