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This bundle provides path formatter pattern configuration for Pimcore DataObjects in multi-relation.


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Basilicom Extended Path Formatter Bundle for Pimcore

Usecase / Summary

If you want to display specific informations of a dataObject when it's listed in a relation-field, you can use this plugin to easily configure a display-pattern.
Without creating a new PathFormatter in your project to displaying the name, price and currency of a product-class you can just configure it like:

# app/config/config.yml
basilicom_path_formatter:
  pattern: 
    Pimcore\Model\DataObject\Product: "{name} {price}{currency}"   

Or you might want to define a specific pattern for a product in the relation-field of a specific class.

# app/config/config.yml
basilicom_path_formatter:
  pattern: 
    Pimcore\Model\DataObject\Product: "{name} {price}{currency}" # global product format
    Pimcore\Model\DataObject\ProductList::products: 
       patternOverwrites:
          Pimcore\Model\DataObject\Product: "#{id} {name}"

While the product will be formatted like Sneakers 19.99EUR in all relation-fields with the formatter, the ProductList-Class will show them in like #13 - Sneakers


Installation

Install the bundle using composer require basilicom/pimcore-path-formatter-bundle

Execute bin/console pimcore:bundle:enable BasilicomPathFormatterBundle
or
add the following lines to AppKernel::registerBundlesToCollection() (recommended)

if (class_exists('\\Basilicom\\PathFormatterBundle\\BasilicomPathFormatterBundle')) {
      $collection->addBundle(new \Basilicom\PathFormatterBundle\BasilicomPathFormatterBundle);
}

Configuration

  1. Add the basilicom_path_formatter key to your Pimcore app/config/config.yml

  2. Configure a pattern by adding the full qualified dataObject class-name as key the pattern-string as value.
    Use class-property-names, accessible by public getter methods, surrounded by curly brackets.
    This also enables you to reference basic Pimcore Concrete/AbstractObject methods like:

    • fullPath for \Pimcore\Model\DataObject\AbstractObject::getFullPath())
    • className for \Pimcore\Model\DataObject\AbstractObject::getClassName())
    • ...

    Example:

    basilicom_path_formatter:
      pattern: 
        # output of e.g. "Product: Sneakers (/dataObject/Products/Sneakers)"
    
        Pimcore\Model\DataObject\Product: "Product: {name} ({fullPath})" 

    Note: If no getter exists for the property, the placeholder will stay untouched.

  3. Add @Basilicom\PathFormatterBundle\DependencyInjection\BasilicomPathFormatter to the Formatter-Field in the relation-fieldType.
    Note: The @ is important, as the formatter is registered as a service, including dependency injection.

Advanced configuration

Contextual pattern overwrites

It is possible to configure a context-based pattern, so that a dataObject in a relation-field of a specific class will be formatted differently.

Example:

# app/config/config.yml
basilicom_path_formatter:
  pattern: 
    # global product format
    Pimcore\Model\DataObject\Product: "{name} {price}{currency}"

    # format-overwrite in the context of a ProductList for the relation-field "products"
    Pimcore\Model\DataObject\ProductList::products: 
       patternOverwrites:
          # both classes are extending the Pimcore\Model\DataObject\Product so we still can overwrite the "Product" pattern.
          Pimcore\Model\DataObject\BasicProduct: "#{id} {name}"
          Pimcore\Model\DataObject\PremiumProduct: "#{id} {name} (premium-only!)"

While the product will be formatted like Sneakers 19.99EUR in all relation-fields, the ProductList-Class will show them like #13 - Sneakers or #13 - Sneakers (premium-only!), based on the product class.

Formatting documents and assets

basilicom_path_formatter:
  pattern:
    Pimcore\Model\Asset: "{id} {key}"
    Pimcore\Model\Document: "{id} {key}"

    Pimcore\Model\DataObject\Car::files:
      patternOverwrites:
        Pimcore\Model\Asset: "{key}"
        Pimcore\Model\Document: "{key}"

Additional features

Showing images

As soon as you reference a property in the pattern, which is a Pimcore\ModelAsset\Image, it will be rendered as small preview in the relation-list. This feature can be disabled by setting the value of enable_asset_preview to false.

basilicom_path_formatter:
  enable_asset_preview: true|false # default true

Author: Alexander Heidrich (Basilicom GmbH)
License: GPL v3

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