Routing and Configuration

Add configuration

The next step is adding the new resource consisting of the Product entity and the associated ProductType form to the Enhavo configuration. In the config/packages/enhavo.yml we need to add the menu entry as well, so we can navigate to our product. There are already some default types for the menu, used by the Enhavo standard menu items. In order to add our product to the menu we should use the base type, which we extend with details of our product:

# config/packages/enhavo.yml

parameters:
    locale: en

enhavo_app:
    menu:
        dashboard:
            type: dashboard
        user:
            type: user_user
        group:
            type: user_group
        # add this lines for the menu entry
        product:
            type: base
            label: Product
            route: app_product_index
            icon: widgets

# add this lines to the end of the file
sylius_resource:
    resources:
        app.product:
            classes:
                model: App\Entity\Product
                controller: Enhavo\Bundle\AppBundle\Controller\ResourceController
                form: App\Form\Type\ProductType
                repository: App\Repository\ProductRepository

Generate routes

After we add our new resource to the configuration, we still have to connect the resource, form and actions (Create, View, Edit, Delete) with the still existing Resource Controller. Normally, that would be much work, but Enhavo gives us a Command, which generates the basic routing after some simple questions.

$ bin/console make:enhavo:routing

 What is the name of the resource?:
 > Product

 What is the bundle name? Type "no" if no bundle is needed:
 > no

 Is the resource sortable? [yes/no]:
 > no

 created: config/routes/admin/product.yaml

The routes will now be saved automatically to config/routes/admin/product.yaml. Later we will lear how we can edit this file to customize our user interface.

We have to dump all new routes with the following command, otherwise, they are not in our public application web folder and Enhavo won´t find them.

$ yarn routes:dump

Finished

Now we have done all steps to add our own model to enhavo. Just start your webserver again if it’s not running and login into the admin.

$ php bin/console server:run

See the result in your browser under http://127.0.0.1:8001/admin. You should able to create and edit products.