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Store redirects for your site and keeps statistics on redirects and 404 errors.
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NOTE: This bundle went under a major refactor 15-Oct-2012. Use the legacy branch for the old version.


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This bundle adds a database table that stores redirects for your site. 404 exceptions are intercepted and the requested uri is looked up. If a match is found it redirects to the found redirects destination. The count and last accessed date can be optionally stored as well.

In addition, 404 errors can be optionally logged as well. Their count and last accessed date will also be stored. This can be useful for determining bad links.


  1. Add zenstruck/redirect-bundle to your composer.json or this repository to your deps (if using Symfony 2.0)
  2. Add the Zenstruck namespace to your app/autoloader.php (if not using composer)
  3. Register the bundle (new Zenstruck\Bundle\RedirectBundle\ZenstruckRedirectBundle())
  4. (optional) add ZenstruckRedirectBundle to your doctrine mappings (not necessary if auto_mapping is true)
  5. Create your redirect class inheriting the MappedSuperClass this bundle provides:

    namespace Acme\DemoBundle\Entity;
    use Zenstruck\Bundle\RedirectBundle\Entity\Redirect as BaseRedirect;
    use Doctrine\ORM\Mapping as ORM;
     * @ORM\Entity
     * @ORM\Table(name="redirect")
    class Redirect extends BaseRedirect
         * @ORM\Id
         * @ORM\Column(type="integer")
         * @ORM\GeneratedValue(strategy="AUTO")
        protected $id;
  6. Set this class in your config.yml:

        redirect_class: Acme\DemoBundle\Entity\Redirect
  7. Update your schema (doctrine:schema:update --force)


By default the bundle simply intercepts your application's 404 errors and trys to find a matching entry in the database.

Default configuration:

# app/config/config.yml

    redirect_class:         ~ # Required
    log_statistics:         false
    allow_404_query_params: false
  • log_statistics: when enabled, the count and last accessed date for redirects are stored in the database. Also, 404 errors will be logged
  • allow_404_query_params: when enabled, 404 errors will be logged with a query string (/foo/bar?baz=1 will be logged as /foo/bar?baz=1). By default, just the path is used (/foo/bar?baz=1 is logged as /foo/bar)
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