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Cycle ORM v2 bridge to Spiral Framework

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Requirements

Make sure that your server is configured with following PHP version and extensions:

  • PHP 8.0+
  • PDO Extension with desired database drivers

Installation

To install the package:

composer require spiral/cycle-bridge

After package install you need to add bootloader Spiral\Cycle\Bootloader\BridgeBootloader from the package in your application.

use Spiral\Cycle\Bootloader as CycleBridge;
protected const LOAD = [
    CycleBridge\BridgeBootloader::class,
];

You can exclude Spiral\Cycle\Bootloader\BridgeBootloader bootloader and select only needed bootloaders by writing them separately.

use Spiral\Cycle\Bootloader as CycleBridge;

protected const LOAD = [
    // ...

    // Database
    CycleBridge\DatabaseBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\MigrationsBootloader::class,

    // Close the database connection after every request automatically (Optional)
    // CycleBridge\DisconnectsBootloader::class,

    // ORM
    CycleBridge\SchemaBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\CycleOrmBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\AnnotatedBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\CommandBootloader::class,

    // Validation (Optional)
    CycleBridge\ValidationBootloader::class,

    // DataGrid (Optional)
    CycleBridge\DataGridBootloader::class,

    // Database Token Storage (Optional)
    CycleBridge\AuthTokensBootloader::class,

    // Migrations and Cycle Scaffolders (Optional)
    CycleBridge\ScaffolderBootloader::class,
];

Migration from Spiral Framework v2.8

If you are migrating from Spiral Framework 2.8 at first, you have to get rid of old packages in composer.json:

"require": {
    "spiral/database": "^2.3",
    "spiral/migrations": "^2.0",
    "cycle/orm": "^1.0",
    "cycle/proxy-factory": "^1.0",
    "cycle/annotated": "^2.0",
    "cycle/migrations": "^1.0",
    ...
},

Then you need to replace some of bootloaders with provided by the package.

use Spiral\Cycle\Bootloader as CycleBridge;

protected const LOAD = [
    // ...

    // Databases
    // OLD
    // Framework\Database\DatabaseBootloader::class,
    // Framework\Database\MigrationsBootloader::class,
    // Close the database connection after every request automatically (Optional)
    // Framework\Database\DisconnectsBootloader::class,

    // NEW
    CycleBridge\DatabaseBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\MigrationsBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\DisconnectsBootloader::class,

    // ORM
    // OLD
    // Framework\Cycle\CycleBootloader::class,
    // Framework\Cycle\ProxiesBootloader::class,
    // Framework\Cycle\AnnotatedBootloader::class,

    // NEW
    CycleBridge\SchemaBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\CycleOrmBootloader::class,
    CycleBridge\AnnotatedBootloader::class,

    // ...

    // DataGrid (Optional)
    // OLD
    // \Spiral\DataGrid\Bootloader\GridBootloader::class,

    // NEW
    CycleBridge\DataGridBootloader::class,

    // Database Token Storage (Optional)
    // OLD
    // Framework\Auth\TokenStorage\CycleTokensBootloader::class,

    // NEW
    CycleBridge\AuthTokensBootloader::class,

    // Framework commands
    // ...
    CycleBridge\CommandBootloader::class,
];

Note: CycleBridge\CommandBootloader should be added after the \Spiral\Bootloader\CommandBootloader to replace Cycle ORM 1 commands with new ones

That's it!

Configuration

Database

You can create config file app/config/database.php if you want to configure Cycle Database:

use Cycle\Database\Config;

return [
    /**
     * Database logger configuration
     */
    'logger' => [
        'default' => null, // Default log channel for all drivers (The lowest priority)
        'drivers' => [
            // By driver name (The highest priority)
            // See https://spiral.dev/docs/extension-monolog
            'runtime' => 'sql_logs',

            // By driver class (Medium priority)
            \Cycle\Database\Driver\MySQL\MySQLDriver::class => 'console',
        ],
    ],

    /**
     * Default database connection
     */
    'default' => env('DB_DEFAULT', 'default'),

    /**
     * The Cycle/Database module provides support to manage multiple databases
     * in one application, use read/write connections and logically separate
     * multiple databases within one connection using prefixes.
     *
     * To register a new database simply add a new one into
     * "databases" section below.
     */
    'databases' => [
        'default' => [
            'driver' => 'runtime',
        ],
    ],

    /**
     * Each database instance must have an associated connection object.
     * Connections used to provide low-level functionality and wrap different
     * database drivers. To register a new connection you have to specify
     * the driver class and its connection options.
     */
    'drivers' => [
        'runtime' => new Config\SQLiteDriverConfig(
            connection: new Config\SQLite\FileConnectionConfig(
                database: env('DB_DATABASE', directory('root') . 'runtime/app.db')
            ),
            queryCache: true,
        ),
        // ...
    ],
];

Monolog channels definition example

You can create config file app/config/monolog.php:

<?php

declare(strict_types=1);

use Monolog\Logger;

return [
    'globalLevel' => Logger::DEBUG,
    'handlers' => [
        'console' => [
            [
                'class' => \Monolog\Handler\SyslogHandler::class,
                'options' => [
                    'ident' => 'spiral-app',
                ]
            ]
        ],
        'sql_logs' => [
            [
                'class' => \Monolog\Handler\RotatingFileHandler::class,
                'options' => [
                    'filename' => __DIR__ . '/../../runtime/logs/sql.log'
                ]
            ]
        ]
    ],
];

Cycle ORM

You can create config file app/config/cycle.php if you want to configure Cycle ORM:

use Cycle\ORM\SchemaInterface;

return [
    'schema' => [
        /**
         * true (Default) - Schema will be stored in a cache after compilation.
         * It won't be changed after entity modification. Use `php app.php cycle` to update schema.
         *
         * false - Schema won't be stored in a cache after compilation.
         * It will be automatically changed after entity modification. (Development mode)
         */
        'cache' => false,

        /**
         * The CycleORM provides the ability to manage default settings for
         * every schema with not defined segments
         */
        'defaults' => [
            SchemaInterface::MAPPER => \Cycle\ORM\Mapper\Mapper::class,
            SchemaInterface::REPOSITORY => \Cycle\ORM\Select\Repository::class,
            SchemaInterface::SCOPE => null,
            SchemaInterface::TYPECAST_HANDLER => [
                \Cycle\ORM\Parser\Typecast::class
            ],
        ],

        'collections' => [
            'default' => 'array',
            'factories' => [
                'array' => new \Cycle\ORM\Collection\ArrayCollectionFactory(),
                // 'doctrine' => new \Cycle\ORM\Collection\DoctrineCollectionFactory(),
                // 'illuminate' => new \Cycle\ORM\Collection\IlluminateCollectionFactory(),
            ],
        ],

        /**
         * Schema generators (Optional)
         * null (default) - Will be used schema generators defined in bootloaders
         */
        'generators' => null,

        // 'generators' => [
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\ResetTables::class,
        //        \Cycle\Annotated\Embeddings::class,
        //        \Cycle\Annotated\Entities::class,
        //        \Cycle\Annotated\TableInheritance::class,
        //        \Cycle\Annotated\MergeColumns::class,
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\GenerateRelations::class,
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\GenerateModifiers::class,
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\ValidateEntities::class,
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\RenderTables::class,
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\RenderRelations::class,
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\RenderModifiers::class,
        //        \Cycle\Annotated\MergeIndexes::class,
        //        \Cycle\Schema\Generator\GenerateTypecast::class,
        // ],
    ],

    /**
     * Custom relation types for entities
     */
    'customRelations' => [
        // \Cycle\ORM\Relation::EMBEDDED => [
        //     \Cycle\ORM\Config\RelationConfig::LOADER => \Cycle\ORM\Select\Loader\EmbeddedLoader::class,
        //     \Cycle\ORM\Config\RelationConfig::RELATION => \Cycle\ORM\Relation\Embedded::class,
        // ]
    ],

    /**
     * Prepare all internal ORM services (mappers, repositories, typecasters...)
     */
    'warmup' => false,
];

If you want to use specific collection type in your relation, you can specify it via attributes

// array
#[HasMany(target: User::class, nullable: true, outerKey:  'userId', collection: 'array')]
private array $friends = [];

// doctrine
#[HasMany(target: User::class, nullable: true, outerKey:  'userId', collection: 'doctrine')]
private \Doctrine\Common\Collections\Collection $friends;

// illuminate
#[HasMany(target: User::class, nullable: true, outerKey:  'userId', collection: 'illuminate')]
private \Illuminate\Support\Collection $friends;

Migrations

You can create config file app/config/migration.php if you want to configure Cycle ORM Migrations:

return [
    /**
     * Directory to store migration files
     */
    'directory' => directory('application').'migrations/',

    /**
     * Table name to store information about migrations status (per database)
     */
    'table' => 'migrations',

    /**
     * When set to true no confirmation will be requested on migration run.
     */
    'safe' => env('SPIRAL_ENV') == 'develop',
];

Integration with cycle/entity-behavior package

The package is available via composer and can be installed using the following command:

composer require cycle/entity-behavior

At first, you need to bind Cycle\ORM\Transaction\CommandGeneratorInterface with \Cycle\ORM\Entity\Behavior\EventDrivenCommandGenerator.

You can do it via spiral bootloader.

<?php

declare(strict_types=1);

namespace App\Bootloader;

use Cycle\ORM\Transaction\CommandGeneratorInterface;
use Cycle\ORM\Entity\Behavior\EventDrivenCommandGenerator;
use Spiral\Boot\Bootloader\Bootloader;

final class EntityBehaviorBootloader extends Bootloader
{
    protected const BINDINGS = [
        CommandGeneratorInterface::class => \Cycle\ORM\Entity\Behavior\EventDrivenCommandGenerator::class,
    ];
}

And then you need to register a new bootloader in your application:

protected const LOAD = [
    \App\Bootloader\EntityBehaviorBootloader::class,
    ...
],

Console commands

Migrations

Command Description
migrate Perform one or all outstanding migrations.
--one Execute only one (first) migration.
migrate:replay Replay (down, up) one or multiple migrations.
--all Replay all migrations.
migrate:rollback Rollback one (default) or multiple migrations.
--all Rollback all executed migrations.
migrate:init Init migrations component (create migrations table).
migrate:status Get list of all available migrations and their statuses.

Database

Command Description
db:list [db] Get list of available databases, their tables and records count.
db database name.
db:table <table> Describe table schema of specific database.
table Table name (required).
--database Source database.

ORM and Schema

Command Description
cycle Update (init) cycle schema from database and annotated classes.
cycle:migrate Generate ORM schema migrations.
--run Automatically run generated migration.
cycle:render Render available CycleORM schemas.
--no-color Display output without colors.
cycle:sync Sync Cycle ORM schema with database without intermediate migration (risk operation).
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