Thursday, February 25, 2016

Flywheel Adapter for ProophEvent-Store 1.0.0 released

Prooph's Event-Store components now also has a Flywheel Adapter.

Flywheel is a serverless document database which only uses flat files on your local filesystem to store the data. All the events will be stored and loaded from a choosen directory. This is well suited when you bootstrap an application and you don't need a real database server right away. It can also be a good candidate for writing functionnal tests.

But of course you must not run it in production since it is not designed to handle a huge amount of events and doesn't manage transactions.

Shout-out to Matthieu Moquet (@MattKetmo) for providing this adapter.

Inheritance with Aggregate Roots in ProophEvent-Store

If you want to make inheritance work with aggregate roots using a common repository for all subtypes, this can be achieved very easily. You need the latest ProophEvent-Store v6.1 to do this.

An example


Consider the following use case:

So in order to make this work, you need 3 small changes in your application.

Step 1: Create a UserAggregateTranslator



Step 2: Change the assertion method in the EventStoreUserCollection



Step 3: Make use of your custom AggregateTranslator



If you use the provided container factory (\Prooph\EventStore\Container\Aggregate\AbstractAggregateRepositoryFactory) then you can also just change the aggregate_translator key in your config to point to the new UserAggregateTranslator and register the UserAggregateTranslator in your container.