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OXID Console

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OXID Console is php console application for OXID Shop. It provides an API for writting various commands.

By default there are following commands included:

  • cache:clear - Clear OXID cache from tmp folder
  • db:update - Updates database views
  • fix:states - Fixes modules metadata states
  • g:migration - Generate new migration file
  • g:module - Generate new module scaffold
  • list - (default) List of all available commands
  • migrate - Run migration scripts

This OXID Console repository has Migration Handler and Module State Fixer included.

Which version to get?

OXID Version OXID Console version Source Code link Download link
<4.9.0, <5.2.0 1.1.X Source Code Download ZIP
=>4.9.0, =>5.2.0 1.2.X Source Code Download ZIP

Installation

This package is following a structure which OXID introduced with their update packages.

  • Copy contents of copy_this to your OXID eShop project
  • Check the difference between your OXID eShop files and files which are in changed_full and update files according to the difference

Getting started

The entry point of console application is php oxid. It will execute default command which is list. To call a specific command run php oxid [command]. If you need help about specific command run php oxid [command] -h or php oxid [command] --help

Defining your own command

  • Commands get autoloaded from application/commands/ and [module_path]/commands/ directories. But you can always add or remove commands with add() or remove() methods of console application
  • You can access console application $this->getConsoleApplication() and input object $this->getInput() in your command class
  • Command filename must follow [your_command]command.php format
  • Class name must be the same as filename, e.g. CacheClearCommand
  • Class must extend oxConsoleCommand abstract class
  • You must set name of your command on configure() method

Template for your command:

<?php

/**
 * My own command
 *
 * Demo command for learning
 */
class MyOwnCommand extends oxConsoleCommand
{

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function configure()
    {
        $this->setName('my:own');
        $this->setDescription('Demo command for learning');
    }

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function help(oxIOutput $oOutput)
    {
        $oOutput->writeLn('This is my help output');
    }

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function execute(oxIOutput $oOutput)
    {
        $oInput = $this->getInput();
        $oInput->hasOption(array('demo', 'd')) {
            $oOutput->writeLn('You typed in --demo or -d also');
        }

        $oOutput->writeLn('My demo command finished');
    }
}

Working with arguments and options

First of all You must know that -abc is the same as -a -b -c and it is a good practice to have long version of option too, e.g. -a is the same as --all. Console Input provides you with various methods to work with options. There is nothing better than a good example:

Command class

<?php

/**
 * My own command
 *
 * Demo command for learning
 */
class MyOwnCommand extends oxConsoleCommand
{

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function configure()
    {
        $this->setName('my:own');
        $this->setDescription('Demo command for learning');
    }

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function help(oxIOutput $oOutput)
    {
        // TODO: Implement help() method
    }

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function execute(oxIOutput $oOutput)
    {
        $oInput = $this->getInput();

        var_dump($oInput->hasOption(array('a', 'all')));
        var_dump($oInput->hasOption('b'));
        var_dump($oInput->hasOption('not-valid'));

        var_dump($oInput->getOption('word'));

        var_dump($oInput->getOptions());
        var_dump($oInput->getArguments());

        var_dump($oInput->getArgument(2));
    }
}

php oxid my:own -o cat --all tree -bzg house --word=nice dog

bool(true)
bool(true)
bool(false)

string(4) "nice"

array(6) {
  'o'    => bool(true)
  'all'  => bool(true)
  'b'    => bool(true)
  'z'    => bool(true)
  'g'    => bool(true)
  'word' => string(4) "nice"
}
array(5) {
  [0] => string(6) "my:own"
  [1] => string(3) "cat"
  [2] => string(4) "tree"
  [3] => string(5) "house"
  [4] => string(3) "dog"
}

string(4) "tree"

Migrations

OXID Console project includes migration handling. Lets generate sample migration by running php oxid g:migration add amount field to demo module.

Console application generated migration/20140312161434_addamountfieldtodemomodule.php file with its contents:

<?php

class AddAmountFieldToDemoModuleMigration extends oxMigrationQuery
{

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function up()
    {
        // TODO: Implement up() method.
    }

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function down()
    {
        // TODO: Implement down() method.
    }
}

Migration handler can run migrations with your given timestamp (if no timestamp provided than it assumes timestamp as current timestamp). Inside it saves which migration queries were executed and knows which migration queries go up or go down.

Once we generated this file we run php oxid migrate

Running migration scripts
[DEBUG] Migrating up 20140312161434 addamountfieldtodemomodulemigration
Migration finished successfully

Now lets run the same command a second time

Running migration scripts
Migration finished successfully

Note: No migration scripts were ran

Ok, now lets run migrations with given timestamp of the past with php oxid migrate 2013-01-01 command

Running migration scripts
[DEBUG] Migrating down 20140312161434 addamountfieldtodemomodulemigration
Migration finished successfully

It ran our migration query down because on given timestamp we should not have had executed that migration query.

Example

Here is a quick example of migration query which adds a column to oxuser table

<?php
// FILE: 20140414085723_adddemoculumntooxuser.php

class AddDemoCulumnToOxUserMigration extends oxMigrationQuery
{

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function up()
    {
        if ($this->_columnExists('oxuser', 'OXDEMO')) {
            return;
        }

        $sSql = "ALTER TABLE  `oxuser`
                 ADD  `OXDEMO`
                    CHAR( 32 )
                    CHARACTER SET utf8
                    COLLATE utf8_general_ci
                    NULL
                    DEFAULT NULL
                    COMMENT  'Demo field for migration'";

        oxDb::getDb()->execute($sSql);
    }

    /**
     * {@inheritdoc}
     */
    public function down()
    {
        if (!$this->_columnExists('oxuser', 'OXDEMO')) {
            return;
        }

        oxDb::getDb()->execute('ALTER TABLE `oxuser` DROP `OXDEMO`');
    }
}

Migration Query Law

  • Filename must follow YYYYMMDDHHiiss_description.php format
  • Must extend oxMigrationQuery abstract class
  • Class name must be the same as description with Migration word appended to the end of the name

Note: It is better to use generator for migration queries creation

Module state fixer

Current problem

When you change information of module in metadata you need to reactivate the module for changes to take effect. It is a bad idea for live systems because you might loose data and it bugs out developers to do this all the time by hand.

Solution

oxModuleStateFixer which is an extension of oxModuleInstaller has method fix() which will fix all the states.

We have provided you with fix:states command to work with oxModuleStateFixer. Type in php oxid fix:states --help for more information.

Credits

This project was inspired by Symfony/Console component.