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Symfony Bundle for DoctrineCouchDB

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README.md

Doctrine CouchDB Bundle

This bundle integrates Doctrine CouchDB ODM and Clients into Symfony2.

STABILITY: Alpha

Installation

  • composer require doctrine/couchdb-odm-bundle
  • Add Doctrine\Bundle\CouchDBBundle\DoctrineCouchDBBundle to your Kernel#registerBundles() method
  • If you do not use composer, do not forget to add autoloader for the Doctrine\CouchDB, Doctrine\ODM\CouchDB and Doctrine\Bundle namespaces

To use the annotations, register them in your app/autoload.php file:

use Doctrine\Common\Annotations\AnnotationRegistry;
AnnotationRegistry::registerLoader(array($loader, 'loadClass'));

Documentation

See the Doctrine CouchDB ODM documentation for more information.

Configuration

The configuration is similar to Doctrine ORM and MongoDB configuration for Symfony2 as its based on the AbstractDoctrineBundle aswell:

doctrine_couch_db:
  client:
    dbname: symfony
  odm:
    auto_mapping: true

To dump the configuration reference of this bundle

php app/console config:dump-reference doctrine_couch_db

Annotations

An example of how to use annotations with CouchDB and Symfony:

<?php
namespace Acme\DemoBundle\CouchDocument;

use Doctrine\ODM\CouchDB\Mapping\Annotations as CouchDB;

/**
 * @CouchDB\Document
 */
class User
{
    /** @CouchDB\Id */
    private $id;
}

Services

You can access to CouchDB services:

<?php

namespace Acme\DemoBundle\Controller;

use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\Controller\Controller;

class DefaultController extends Controller
{
    public function indexAction()
    {
        $client = $this->container->get('doctrine_couchdb.client.default_connection');
        $documentManager = $this->container->get('doctrine_couchdb.odm.default_document_manager');
    }
}

View directories

In @YourBundle/Resources/couchdb/ you can add design documents and corresponding views and have Doctrine CouchDB register them up automatically. For example if you had a design doc "foo" and a view "bar" you could add the following files and directories:

Resources/couchdb/
└── foo/
    └── views/
        └── bar/
            ├── map.js
            └── reduce.js

You can then update this design document from the CLI by calling:

./app/console doctrine:couchdb:update-design-doc foo

Where foo is the name of the design document.

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