Dr. Z Dr. Z - 3 years ago 878
PHP Question

SensioFrameworkExtraBundle

I'm using Symfony 3.3 and i'm trying to use FOSRestController to make an API.

Here is my config files :

# SensioFrameworkExtra Configuration
sensio_framework_extra:
view: { annotations: false }

# FOSRest Configuration
fos_rest:
format_listener:
rules:
- { path: '^/api', priorities: ['json'], fallback_format: 'json' }
- { path: '^/', stop: true }
view:
view_response_listener: true


Controller :

<?php

namespace AppBundle\Api;

use FOS\RestBundle\Controller\Annotations as REST;
use FOS\RestBundle\Controller\FOSRestController;
use FOS\RestBundle\View\View;

class MyController extends FOSRestController
{

/**
* @REST\Get("/some-url")
* @REST\View()
*
* @return View
*/
public function getSomethingAction()
{
$view = View::create();

return $view;
}

}


The issue is about the
view_response_listener
, i'm having this error message :

(1/1) RuntimeException
You must enable the SensioFrameworkExtraBundle view annotations to use the ViewResponseListener.


Routing :

api_something:
type: rest
resource: AppBundle\Api\MyController


The bundle is already installed and added to the AppKernel.php file

Can something help me with this ?

Thanks

Answer Source

Remove your configuration of sensio_framework_extra :

sensio_framework_extra:
    view:    { annotations: false }

Because the default configuration is annotations: true (you can look at vendor/sensio/framework-extra-bundle/DependencyInjection/Configuration.php)

Let the default configuration of sensio_framework_extra https://symfony.com/doc/current/bundles/SensioFrameworkExtraBundle/index.html#configuration

You may have forgotten to activate the annotations of serializer in config.yml (https://symfony.com/doc/current/serializer.html#using-serialization-groups-annotations)

I suggest you to try this configs :

#app/config/config.yml
framework:
    ....
    serializer: { enable_annotations: true }
fos_rest:
    ....
    view:
        view_response_listener: 'force'

Documentation of FosRestBundle view_response_listener : http://symfony.com/doc/master/bundles/FOSRestBundle/3-listener-support.html

http://symfony.com/doc/master/bundles/FOSRestBundle/view_response_listener.html

Try to create the directory AppBundle/Api/Controller. And put your MyController.php into it. Your controller will be named

\AppBundle\Api\Controller\MyController

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