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README.md

Doctrine CouchDB Bundle

This bundle integrates Doctrine CouchDB ODM and Clients into Symfony2.

STABILITY: Alpha

Installation

  • Grab this repository and Doctrine CouchDB ODM into your Symfony project
  • Add Doctrine\Bundle\CouchDBBundle\DoctrineCouchDBBundle to your Kernel#registerBundles() method
  • Add autoloader for Doctrine\CouchDB, Doctrine\ODM\CouchDB and Doctrine\Bundle namespaces

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

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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