How do I change symfony 2 doctrine mapper to use my custom directory instead of my Entity Directory under the bundle

doctrine-orm entity entity-framework php symfony

Question

I use doctrine in my symfony 2.3 application. I want to use a folder structure like

/MyBundleName/User/User.php

for my Entities.

Question:

Is there anyway that I can explicitly map doctrine ORM directly to use an explicit directory instead of defaulting to the Entity Directory of my Bundle?

I would like to keep all related files in their respective directory such as ProductProvider in

/MyBundleName/Product/ProductProvider.php

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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9/29/2017 4:33:58 AM

Popular Answer

Just to follow up a bit on @Imanol's correct answer, it is possible to have your entities in multiple directories under one entity manager:

doctrine:
  orm:
    default_entity_manager:       default
    auto_generate_proxy_classes: %kernel.debug%

    entity_managers:

        default:
            connection: default
            mappings:

        test01:
            connection: test01
            mappings:
              product:
                type:      yml
                dir:       %kernel.root_dir%/../src/Cerad/Bundle/Test01Bundle/Product
                prefix:    Cerad\Bundle\Test01Bundle\Product
                alias:     Product
                is_bundle: false
              user:
                type:      yml
                dir:       %kernel.root_dir%/../src/Cerad/Bundle/Test01Bundle/User
                prefix:    Cerad\Bundle\Test01Bundle\User
                alias:     User
                is_bundle: false

Don't worry about the is_bundle: false entries. The entities can still live in a bundle. Doctrine does not care. And in case you are wondering, the alias parameter lets you do things like:

$repo = $em->getRepository("Product:Product");
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1/21/2016 11:51:53 PM


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