This sandbox is a testing ground for the cmf bundles being developed.
It is based on the Symfony Standard edition and adds all cmf related bundles on top of the standard edition bundles.
Link to the live demo
You can run the sandbox on your system, or in a virtualbox VM using Vagrant. For the latter, see "Getting started using Vagrant"
- Git 1.6+
- PHP 5.3.3+
- phpunit 3.6+ (optional)
git clone git://github.com/symfony-cmf/cmf-sandbox.git cd cmf-sandbox # copy parameters template and edit as needed cp app/config/parameters.yml.dist app/config/parameters.yml curl -s http://getcomposer.org/installer | php --
Follow the guide in the Jackalope Wiki. You can also use a different PHPCR implementation but this is the most solid implementation.
Once you have that, copy the default jackalope-jackrabbit configuration file, adjust it as needed and install the dependencies with composer:
cp app/config/phpcr_jackrabbit.yml.dist app/config/phpcr.yml php composer.phar install
The last command will fetch the main project and all its dependencies (CMF
Bundles, Symfony, Doctrine\PHPCR, Jackalope ... ). You might want to have a look
app/config/parameters.yml and adjust as needed.
phpcr_jackrabbit.yml.dist, use the
files and create the database accordingly. If you have the PHP sqlite extension
available, this is the simplest to quickly try out the CMF. Copy the file
and then install the dependencies:
cp app/config/phpcr_doctrine_dbal.yml.dist app/config/phpcr.yml php composer.phar install
The Doctrine DBAL implementation is installed by default already along side the Jackrabbit implementation.
To disable the meta data and node cache for debugging comment the
caches settings in the
Note: On Windows you need to run the shell as Administrator or edit the
change the line
"symfony-assets-install": "symlink" to
If you fail to do this you might receive:
[Symfony\Component\Filesystem\Exception\IOException] Unable to create symlink due to error code 1314: 'A required privilege is not held by the client'. Do you have the required Administrator-rights?
Then, create the database and tables and set up the default workspace using:
php app/console doctrine:database:create php app/console doctrine:phpcr:init:dbal
If you want to run the CMF sandbox with the Midgard2 PHPCR provider
instead of Jackrabbit, you need to install the
midgard2 PHP extension.
On current debian / ubuntu systems, this is simply done with
sudo apt-get install php5-midgard2, on OS X
sudo port install php5-midgard2 resp.
brew install midgard2-php.
You also need to download
schema files, and place them into
/usr/share/midgard2/schema (note: this path may be different if you built Midgard2 yourself. It is
Then chose the storage layer you want to use, copy the corresponding configuration file and adjust as needed, and install the project dependencies:
cp app/config/phpcr_midgard_<type>.yml.dist app/config/phpcr.yml php composer.phar install
To have the midgard PHPCR implementation installed run the following additional command
php composer.phar require midgard/phpcr:dev-master --no-update php composer.phar update midgard/phpcr
First you need to create a workspace that will hold the data for the sandbox. The default parameters.yml defines the workspace to be 'default'. You can change this of course. If you do, f.e. to 'sandbox, also run the following command:
php app/console doctrine:phpcr:workspace:create sandbox
Once your workspace is set up, you need to register the node types for PHPCR-ODM:
php app/console doctrine:phpcr:repository:init
The admin backend is still in an early stage. Until it improves, the easiest is to programmatically create data. The best way to do that is with the doctrine data fixtures. The DoctrinePHPCRBundle included in the symfony-cmf repository provides a command to load fixtures:
php app/console -v doctrine:phpcr:fixtures:load
Run this to load the fixtures from the Sandbox MainBundle.
As with any Symfony2 installation, you need to set up some filesystem permissions.
A good guide is in the Symfony2 installation guide.
If you use the default setup, an sqlite database will be created at
You need to set up permissions for this file and the app/ folder with the method
you chose from the installation guide.
If you just want to move on and try out the sandbox for now, you can run:
sudo chmod -R 777 app/
Create an apache virtual host entry along the lines of:
<Virtualhost *:80> Servername cmf.lo DocumentRoot /path/to/symfony-cmf/cmf-sandbox/web <Directory /path/to/symfony-cmf/cmf-sandbox> AllowOverride All </Directory> </Virtualhost>
And add an entry to your hosts file for cmf.lo
If you are running Symfony2 for the first time, run http://cmf.lo/config.php to ensure your system settings have been setup inline with the expected behaviour of the Symfony2 framework.
Note however that "Configure your Symfony Application online" is not supported in the sandbox.
Then point your browser to http://cmf.lo/app_dev.php
In order to run the sandbox in production mode at http://cmf.lo/ you need to generate the doctrine proxies and dump the assetic assets:
php app/console cache:warmup --env=prod --no-debug php app/console assetic:dump --env=prod --no-debug
please checkout the README.md in the vagrant/ folder of the project
The PHPCR ODM Bundle provides a couple of useful commands in the doctrine:phpcr namespace. Type app/console to see them all.
There is a proof-of-concept admin interface using the SonataPhpcrAdminBundle at http://cmf.lo/app_dev.php/admin/dashboard
Basically you have paginated lists for two types of documents. You create new documents, edit and delete them. Some filtering is available in the list. This bundle is an implementation of Sonata Admin Bundle
At the moment there is no notion of parents and sons in the admin bundle.
Functional tests are written with PHPUnit. Note that Bundles and Components are tested independently:
php app/console doctrine:phpcr:workspace:create sandbox_test phpunit -c app