Zend Server Z-Ray Doctrine 2 plugin Shopware demo
Welcome to the Zend Server Z-Ray Doctrine 2 plugin Shopware demo. There are two installation methods. Please choose your prefered method. Windows user should choose Install with Vagrant, but it works also for linux.
Installation with Docker
First ensure Docker and Docker Compose are installed. If not simply install these tools as root with:
$: wget -qO- https://get.docker.com/ | sh $: curl -L https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.4.0/docker-compose-`uname -s`-`uname -m` > /usr/local/bin/docker-compose && chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
It's recommended to use the latest version of Docker and Docker Compose. Now let's start the containers with:
$: docker-compose up -d
Docker will now download all dependencies and starts the containers. This may take a while ... See official Zend Server Z-Ray Doctrine 2 plugin site for some impressions.
Installation with Vagrant
Please install the following software if not already installed:
- Vagrant > 1.7.3
- Virtualbox > 4.3
- Vagrant docker-compose plugin (
vagrant plugin install vagrant-docker-compose)
$: vagrant up
All dependencies will be downloaded. This may take a while ... See official Zend Server Z-Ray Doctrine 2 plugin site for some impressions.
Install Z-Ray Doctrine 2 plugin
If the installation process was successful, you can now open the Zend Server backend url http://localhost:10081. Please follow the instructions and ensure to use development profile in order to enable Z-Ray.
It's necessary to install the Doctrine 2 Z-Ray plugin from the Zend Server Z-Ray plugin gallery. Simply click on the install button of the Doctrine 2 plugin.
Finish Shopware installation
Now open http://localhost:8080 and follow the Shopware install instructions.
- Server: mariadb
- User: dev
- Password: dev
- Database: shopware
Install demo data
After the installation open the Shopware backend http://localhost:8080/backend and install the demo data.
Open the demo shop website http://localhost:8080 and check out the Z-Ray Doctrine 2 plugin.