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Doctrine Filters integration into Nette

v4.3 2017-01-23 14:03 UTC


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What are Doctrine Filters? Check these few slides or see Usage to get the knowledge.

They are present in Doctrine by default. This package only simplifies their use in modular application.


$ composer require zenify/doctrine-filters

Register extension in config.neon:

    - Zenify\DoctrineFilters\DI\FiltersExtension
    - Symplify\SymfonyEventDispatcher\Adapter\Nette\DI\SymfonyEventDispatcherExtension

    # Kdyby\Doctrine or another Doctrine to Nette implementation


Let's create our first filter, which will hide all deleted items on front. So called "soft delete" - data remains in database, but are filtered out in frontend.

First, we create class implementing Zenify\DoctrineFilters\Contract\FilterInterface.

use Doctrine\ORM\Mapping\ClassMetadata;
use Zenify\DoctrineFilters\Contract\FilterInterface;

final class SoftdeletableFilter implements FilterInterface

    public function addFilterConstraint(ClassMetadata $entity, string $alias) : string
        if ($entity->getReflectionClass()->hasProperty('isDeleted')) {
            return "$alias.isDeleted = 0");

        return '';


Then register as service:

# app/config/config.neon
    - SoftdeletableFilter

And that's it!

Limit Access by Role

The management wants to show deleted content only to logged user with admin role.

To setup condition, we just implement Zenify\DoctrineFilters\Contract\ConditionalFilterInterface.

use Nette\Security\User;
use Zenify\DoctrineFilters\Contract\ConditionalFilterInterface;

final class SoftdeletableFilter implements ConditionalFilterInterface

     * @var User
    private $user;

    public function __construct(User $user)
        $this->user = $user;

    public function addFilterConstraint(ClassMetadata $entity, string $alias) : string
        // same as above

    public function isEnabled() : bool
        if ($this->user->isLoggedIn() && $this->user->hasRole('admin')) {
            return FALSE;
        return TRUE;




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