Generating a CRUD Controller Based on a Doctrine Entity

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Generating a CRUD Controller Based on a Doctrine Entity

Caution

If your application is based on Symfony 2.x version, replace php bin/console with php app/console before executing any of the console commands included in this article.

Usage

The generate:doctrine:crud command generates a basic controller for a given entity located in a given bundle. This controller allows to perform the five basic operations on a model.

  • Listing all records,
  • Showing one given record identified by its primary key,
  • Creating a new record,
  • Editing an existing record,
  • Deleting an existing record.

By default, the command is run in the interactive mode and asks questions to determine the entity name, the route prefix or whether or not to generate write actions:

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud

To deactivate the interactive mode, use the --no-interaction option or its alias -n, but don't forget to pass all needed options:

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud AcmeBlogBundle:Post -n --format=annotation --with-write

Arguments

entity

The entity name given in shortcut notation containing the bundle name in which the entity is located and the name of the entity (for example, AcmeBlogBundle:Post):

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud AcmeBlogBundle:Post

Available Options

--entity

Caution

This option has been deprecated in version 3.0, and will be removed in 4.0. Pass it as argument instead.

The entity name given in shortcut notation containing the bundle name in which the entity is located and the name of the entity (for example, AcmeBlogBundle:Post):

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud --entity=AcmeBlogBundle:Post
--route-prefix

The prefix to use for each route that identifies an action:

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud --route-prefix=acme_post
--with-write

allowed values: yes|no default: no

Whether or not to generate the new, create, edit, update and delete actions:

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud --with-write
--format

allowed values: annotation|php|yml|xml default: annotation

Determine the format to use for the generated configuration files (like, for example, routing). By default, the command uses the annotation format. Choosing the annotation format expects the SensioFrameworkExtraBundle to be installed:

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud --format=annotation
--overwrite

allowed values: yes|no default: no

Whether or not to overwrite any existing files:

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$ php bin/console generate:doctrine:crud --overwrite

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