Symfony2 Midgard2 connection bundle
This bundle enables you to configure and open a Midgard2 repository connection as part of regular Symfony2 loading sequence.
First of all, you need the
midgard2 PHP extension. On typical Linux distributions this can be installed with:
$ sudo apt-get install php5-midgard2
Install this bundle by adding the following to the
deps file and running
php bin/vendors install:
[MidgardConnectionBundle] git=git://github.com/bergie/MidgardConnectionBundle.git target=Midgard/ConnectionBundle
Then add the
Midgard namespace to the
'Midgard' => __DIR__.'/../vendor'
And enable this bundle in your Kernel:
To have a working Midgard2 repository connection, you need to supply this bundle with a valid Midgard configuration settings. You can do this in your Symfony2 config:
midgard_connection: type: SQLite name: midgard2 databasedir: "%kernel.root_dir%" logfile: "%kernel.root_dir%/logs/midgard2.log" loglevel: debug blobdir: "%kernel.root_dir%/blobs" sharedir: "%kernel.root_dir%/share"
Using Midgard user database
The Midgard Connection Bundle provides the necessary services for using the Midgard database for users and authentication. To do this, you need to edit your
security.yml configuration. You need at least the following:
security: encoders: Midgard\ConnectionBundle\Security\User\User: plaintext providers: midgard_provider: id: security.user.provider.midgard
Normal Symfony2 access control and firewall rules apply. Userlevels of Midgard user records will be mapped to
If you need to initialize your Midgard2 database, there is a command for this. Just run:
$ php app/console midgard:connection:init