A Sylius plugin that adds customer options
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Customer Options


  • Run composer require brille24/sylius-customer-options-plugin.

  • Register the Plugin in your AppKernel file:

public function registerBundles()
    return array_merge(parent::registerBundles(), [

        new \Brille24\SyliusCustomerOptionsPlugin\Brille24SyliusCustomerOptionsPlugin(),
  • Add the config.yml to your local app/config/config.yml:
    - { resource: "@Brille24SyliusCustomerOptionsPlugin/Resources/config/app/config.yml" }
  • Add the routing.yml to your local app/config/routing.yml:
    resource: "@Brille24SyliusCustomerOptionsPlugin/Resources/config/app/routing.yml"
  • Copy the template overrides from the plugin directory
From: [shop_dir]/vendor/brille24/customer-options/test/Application/app/Resources
To: [shop_dir]/app/Resources
  • Finally update the database and update the translations:
bin/console doctrine:schema:update --force
bin/console translation:update


There are two cases that we want to describe. In the first case of "Making a product customizable" we go through the process of creating everything from scratch. In the "Generating Customer Options with fixtures" we use fixtures to generate random Customer Options. To see images of how it looks look into the images folder.

Making a product customizable

In order to add a Customer Option to a product you first have to create the Customer Option. There are two types of CustomerOptions:

  1. Customer Options with predefined values: Those basically work similar to the "Options" concept that Sylius implements however you don't have to generate all the possible configurations beforehand.
  2. Customer Options with a free user based entry: This is where the Customer Options are the most valuable. You can offer the customer to enter text that will be displayed in the order. Currently those Customer Options can not be priced.

The workflow is that you provide a code and a type and save the Customer Option. Then the appropriate fields will be shown. In case 1 you will have the option to add values for the customer to choose from (which then can be priced in the pricing tab). In case 2 you can set some validation options for the entered value. Those are however not priced.

After you have created all the Customer Options, you can arrange them in Customer Option Groups where every Customer Option gets ordered in a list with distinct positions. This Customer Option Group can now be assigned to the product.

Conditional constraints

Inside a Customer Option Group you have the option to apply constraints dependent on the value of other Customer Options. To do so, simply click the add validator button on the edit page, then you will see buttons to add conditions and constraints. When adding a condition or constraint, you have to select the customer option, comparator and value. The comparators and values are based on the customer option type:

  • Select options can be tested whether the selection is (not) in a specified set
  • Boolean options can be tested whether they are true or false
  • The rest can be tested whether their value/text length is greater, equal or less than a specified value

The appropriate comparators and values for the selected customer option will be shown after saving.

You also can edit the error message for each validator to give the customer a clue why the product could not be added to the cart.

The validation works as follows:

  1. The customer tries to add a product with a conditional constraint to the cart
  2. For every validator defined in the customer option group
    1. Every condition gets validated
    2. If all conditions are met, the constraints get validated
    3. If one or more conditions are not met, the options are treated as valid
  3. If all validators say the customer options are valid, the product is added to the cart

Generating Customer Options with fixtures

Add the following to your app/config/fixtures.yml:

        default: #Can be any suite you want
                brille24_customer_option: #For Customer Options
                brille24_customer_option_group: #For Customer Option Groups

There are two possible ways to add Customer Options to your fixture.

  1. Generate them randomly:
                amount: 10
                amount: 2

This will generate 10 Customer Options and 2 Customer Option Groups. Generated Customer Options will automatically assign themselves to at least one Group, and generated Customer Option Groups will assign at least one Option and Product to themselves (of course only, if there are any defined). But they won't create conditional constraints.

  1. Define them yourself:
                    - code: some_option #Required
                      translations: #Required
                          en_US: Some Option #Every option needs at least one translation.
                      type: select #Can be any of the defined option types. Defaults to 'text'.
                      values: #Value definitions only do something, if the type is 'select' or 'multi_select'.
                          - code: some_value #Required
                            translations: #Required
                                en_US: Some Value #Also needs at least one translation.
                            prices: #Undefined prices are generated automatically for every option value and channel with default values.
                                - type: fixed #Can be 'fixed' or 'percent'. Defaults to 'fixed'.
                                  amount: 100 #The fixed amount in cents. Defaults to 0.
                                  percent: 0 #The percentage of the base price. Defaults to 0.
                                  channel: US_WEB #The channel code. Defaults to 'default'.
                      required: false #Defaults to false.
                      groups: ~ #Put codes of defined groups here.
                    - code: some_group #Required
                      translations: #Required
                          en_US: Some Group #Needs at least one translation.
                      options: #Put codes of defined options here.
                          - some_option
                          - conditions: #Not required
                                - customer_option: some_option #Required
                                  comparator: in_set #Required, must be one of the defined comparators in Enumerations/ConditionComparatorEnum.php
                                  value: val_1 #Required, for select options put the value codes seperated with commas here
                            constraints: #Same as conditions
                                - customer_option: some_option
                                  comparator: not_in_set
                                  value: val_2
                            error_messages: #Not required
                                en_US: Oops! #At least one required
                      products: ~ #Put codes of defined products here.

You can also assign a group and override value prices in the product fixture.

                - ... #The usual product definitions.
                  customer_option_group: some_group #The code of the customer option group the product should have assigned.
                  customer_option_value_prices: #Override the prices for customer option values per channel.
                      - value_code: some_value #Required. Values that are not present in the assigned group are ignored.
                        type: percent #Defaults to 'fixed'.
                        amount: 0 #Defaults to 0.
                        percent: 10 #Defaults to 0.
                        channel: US_WEB #Defaults to 'default'.

When you finished defining all your fixtures, run bin/console sylius:fixtures:load to load your fixtures.

Things to consider

  • This plugin does not take the tier price plugin into account. The tier prices will override the pricing model that is implemented here (if you use the default implementation that comes with the plugin)
  • Just like the tier price plugin, this plugin overrides the update cart functionality if you want to implement an event bases solution, you need to comment out the Brille24\SyliusCustomerOptionsPlugin\Services\OrderPricesRecalculator in the services.xml in the plugin's resource folder.
  • Saving files as customer defined values as the values are currently stored as a string in the database