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Knp Rad Domain Event

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A lightweight domain event pattern implementation for Doctrine2.

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Installation

With composer :

$ composer require knplabs/rad-domain-event

If you are using Symfony you can update your app/AppKernel.php file:

public function registerBundles()
{
    $bundles = array(
        // bundles here ...
        new Knp\Rad\DomainEvent\Bundle\DomainEventBundle();
    );
}

Usage

Setup your entity

First, make sure your entity implements the Provider interface and uses the ProviderTrait.

use Knp\Rad\DomainEvent;

class MyEntity implements DomainEvent\Provider
{
    use DomainEvent\ProviderTrait;
}

Raise event

Trigger any event from your entity, through the raise method. It will be turned into a Knp\Rad\DomainEvent\Event object and dispatched once your entity has been flushed.

use Knp\Rad\DomainEvent;

class MyEntity implements DomainEvent\Provider
{
    // ...
    public function myFunction($arg) {
        // your function behavior
        $this->raise('myEventName', ['anyKey' => $anyValue]);
    }
}

Listen to this event

use Knp\Rad\DomainEvent\Event;

class MyListener
{
    public function onMyEventName(Event $event) {
        // your function behavior     
    }
}

Then, of course, register your listener.

app.event_listener.my_event_listener:
    class: App\EventListener\MyEventListener
    tags:
        - { name: kernel.event_listener, event: myEventName, method: 'onMyEventName' }
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