Using Default Entities
Details for creating your database with the included entities are outside the scope of this project.
Generally this is done through doctrine/doctrine-orm-module
php public/index.php orm:schema-tool:create
By default this module uses the entities provided but you may use the adapter with your own entites (and map them in the mapping config section) by toggling this flag:
'zf-oauth2-doctrine' => [ 'default' => [ 'enable_default_entities' => true,
Customizing Many to One Mapping
If you need to customize the call to mapManyToOne, which creates the dynamic joins to the User
entity from the default entites, you may add any parameters to the
['dynamic_mapping']['default_entity']['additional_mapping_data'] element. An example for a
User entity with a primary key of user_id which does not conform to the metadata naming strategy
is added to each entity:
'refresh_token_entity' => [ 'entity' => 'ZF\OAuth2\Doctrine\Entity\RefreshToken', 'field' => 'refreshToken', 'additional_mapping_data' => [ 'joinColumns' => [ [ 'name' => 'user_id', 'referencedColumnName' => 'user_id', ], ], ], ],
Identity field on User entity
By default this Doctrine adapter retrieves the user by the username field on the configured
User entity. If you need to use a different or multiple fields you may do so via the
auth_identity_fields key. For example, ZfcUser allows users to authenticate by username and/or email fields.
An example to match ZfcUser
'zf-oauth2-doctrine' => [ 'default' => [ 'auth_identity_fields' => ['username', 'email'],
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