jurosh / laravel-doctrine by jurosh
forked from FoxxMD/laravel-doctrine

The Doctrine 2 implementation that melts with Laravel 4
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Maintainer Username: jurosh
Maintainer Contact: mitchell@kooding.nl (Mitchell van Wijngaarden)
Package Create Date: 2015-06-27
Package Last Update: 2015-06-27
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Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2019-07-21 15:01:48
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Doctrine 2 for Laravel 5

A forked implementation of laravel-doctrine that melts with Laravel 5.

Documentation

As this is a forked version the documentation still applies to most of the package. Please read the original documentation and README before using this fork.

Forked Changes, Improvements, and Functionality

  1. What's New?
  2. Installation
  3. Using different metadata drivers
  4. Using multiple entity managers
  5. Using DoctrineExtensions
  6. New Doctrine Configuration Reference
  7. Issues and Contributing

What's New?

Fixes for Laravel 5 support

New Functionality

Installation

Begin by installing the package through Composer. Edit your project's composer.json to require mitchellvanw/laravel-doctrine.

"require": {
    "mitchellvanw/laravel-doctrine": "dev-l5",
    "doctrine/orm": "2.5.*@dev"
},
  "repositories": [
    {
      "type": "git",
      "url": "https://github.com/FoxxMD/laravel-doctrine.git"
    }
  ]

Next use Composer to update your project from the the Terminal:

php composer.phar update

Caveats

At the moment Doctrine\ORM version 2.5 is still in beta. As a result the composer install may require you to change the minimum-stability in your composer.json to dev.

If you don't want to affect the stability of the rest of the packages, you can add the following property in your composer.json:

"prefer-stable": true

Once the package has been installed you'll need to add the service provider. Open your app/config/app.php configuration file, and add a new item to the providers array.

'Mitch\LaravelDoctrine\LaravelDoctrineServiceProvider'

After This you'll need to add the facade. Open your app/config/app.php configuration file, and add a new item to the aliases array.

'EntityManager' => 'Mitch\LaravelDoctrine\EntityManagerFacade',
'RegistryManager' => 'Mitch\LaravelDoctrine\RegistryManagerFacade'

It's recommended to publish the package configuration.

php artisan config:publish mitchellvanw/laravel-doctrine --path=vendor/mitchellvanw/laravel-doctrine/config

##Using different metadata drivers

Doctrine provides several drivers that can be used to map table information to entity classes. For more information see sections 19, 20, and 21 of the doctrine reference guide.

A default doctrine config will use the annotation driver. This is the way laravel-doctrine works out of the box. If this is all you need you can continue to use the documentation provided by laravel-doctrine's wiki.

To use a different driver edit the metadata property of the entity manager you want to use the driver with (in doctrine.config)

'entity_managers' => [
    'default' => [
        ...
        'metadata' => [
            'simple' => false,
            'driver' => 'yaml', //xml or yaml or annotation (ANNOTATION IS DEFAULT)
            'paths' => [
                base_path('app/Models/mappings') //all base paths to mapping directories go here
            ],
            'extension' => '.dcm.yml' //extension for mapping files if not using simple driver
        ],
    ],
  ]

Refer to the doctrine reference guide on how to set up each driver.

##Using multiple entity managers

If you use the regular EntityManager facade you will receive the default EM defined in your doctrine config. To use multiple entity managers

  • Use the RegistryManager facade or
  • Inject ManagerRegistry into your controller

Using the facade

use RegistryManager;
public function __construct()
{
    parent::__construct();
    $this->_em = RegistryManager::getManager('tracking'); //gets 'tracking' EM
    $this->_em = RegistryManager::getManager(); //gets 'default' EM

    $this->inventoryRepo = $this->_em->getRepository('app\Models\Inventory');
}

Using DI

public function __construct(ManagerRegistry $reg)
{
    parent::__construct();
    $this->_em = $reg->getManager('tracking'); //gets 'tracking' EM
    $this->_em = $reg->getManager(); //gets 'default' EM

    $this->inventoryRepo = $this->_em->getRepository('app\Models\Inventory');
}

Using DoctrineExtensions

DoctrineExtensions is a set of extensions to Doctrine 2 that add support for additional query functions available in MySQL and Oracle. To learn more about what additional functionality is added visit the package's github page.

To use DoctrineExtensions install the package with composer:

composer require beberlei/DoctrineExtensions

Configuring extensions is easy and follows the pattern used by DoctrineExtensions in its own config. In your doctrine config simply add a dql array to every entity manager you want extensions accessible from or add the array to the top-level of your configuration to have it applied to all entity managers.

'dql' => [
    'numeric_functions' => [
        'ROUND' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Round',
        'POWER' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Power'
        ...
    ],
    'string_functions' => [
        'REPLACE' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Replace'
        ...
    ],
    'datetime_functions' => [
        'DATE' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Date'
        ...
    ]
]

That's it! Use DoctrineExtensions as you normally would.

New Doctrine Configuration Reference

A complete sample of doctrine configuration taking advantage of all new functionality, with comments.

return [
    'default_connection' => 'default',
    'entity_managers' => [
        'default' => [ //MUST have an entity_managers entry for 'default'
            'connection' => 'rdsConnection',
            'cache_provider' => null,
            'repository' => 'Doctrine\ORM\EntityRepository',
            'logger' => null,
            'metadata' => [
                'simple' => false,
                'driver' => 'yaml', //xml or yaml or annotation (ANNOTATION IS DEFAULT)
                'paths' => [
                    base_path('app/Models/mappings') //all base paths to mapping directories go here
                ],
                'extension' => '.dcm.yml' //extension for mapping files if not using simple driver
            ],
            //Only usable if DoctrineExtensions is installed
            /*'dql' => [
                'numeric_functions' => [
                    'ROUND' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Round',
                    'POWER' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Power'
                    ...
                ],
                'string_functions' => [
                    'REPLACE' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Replace'
                    ...
                ],
                'datetime_functions' => [
                    'DATE' => 'DoctrineExtensions\Query\Mysql\Date'
                    ...
                ]
            ]*/
        ],
        'tracking' => [
            'connection' => 'trackingConnection',
            'cache_provider' => null,
            'repository' => 'Doctrine\ORM\EntityRepository',
            'simple_annotations' => false,
            'logger' => null,
            'metadata' => [
                'simple' => false,
                'driver' => 'annotation'
                //paths is not necessary for annotation
            ],
        ],
    ],
    'proxy' => [
        'auto_generate' => true, //create proxy files automatically (turn off for production)
        'directory' => base_path('storage/proxies'), //store them outside of default directory
        'namespace' => null
    ],
    //'cache_provider' => 'apc',
    //'logger' => new \Doctrine\DBAL\Logging\EchoSQLLogger()
    //'dql' => ...
];

#Issues and Contributing

Issues?

If you have issues related to changes made in this forked version please open an issue on this repository.

If your issue is general or related to functionality that exists in the original repo please direct your questions there.

Contributing and Fork Status

This fork is not an official implementation of laravel-doctrine for Laravel 5 so I cannot gaurantee that it will continue to work or or be maintained in the future as Laravel changes, HOWEVER I use it on a daily basis with production code and so will keep it up to date as long as it is relevant for me.

I am happy to accept PRs and any other contributions from the community and will respond in a timely manner. I am open to accepting collaborators as well.

License

This package is licensed under the MIT license.