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By default, you can only use the provided annotations on your non-service controllers; no other directories are scanned.
However, if you also would like to use annotations to configure your regular services, you can configure more locations as demonstrated below.
If you would like to configure services in a bundle of yours via annotations, or
have some services outside of any bundles structure such as in your
you can make use of the following configuration options, so that the bundle will pick
them up, and add them to your dependency injection container:
jms_di_extra: locations: all_bundles: false bundles: [FooBundle, AcmeBlogBundle] directories: ["%kernel.root_dir%/../src"]
<jms-di-extra> <locations all-bundles="false"> <bundle>FooBundle</bundle> <bundle>AcmeBlogBundle</bundle> <directory>%kernel.root_dir%/../src</directory> </locations> </jms-di-extra>
This bundle allows you to configure injection for certain properties, and methods of controllers automatically. This is most useful for commonly needed services which then do not need to be annotated explicitly anymore.
jms_di_extra: automatic_controller_injections: properties: request: "@request" router: "@router" method_calls: setRouter: ["@router"]
<jms-di-extra> <automatic-controller-injections> <property name="request">@request</property> <property name="router">@router</property> <method-call name="setRouter">@router</method-call> </automatic-controller-injections> </jms-di-extra>
If your controller has any of the above properties, or methods, then you do not need to add an @Inject annotation anymore, but we will automatically inject the configured services for you. However, if you do declare an @Inject annotation it will automatically overwrite whatever you have configured in the above section.
The bundle uses different methods to find the annotations in your files, depending on
your Operating System and available software. If you are using a Linux distribution
grep will be used by default instead of the Symfony Finder
to increase performance.
Sometimes, you might not want to let the bundle use
grep, for example if your
version of grep is too old and therefore does not support some of the more recent options.
In this case, you can disable the usage of
grep with the following configuration.
jms_di_extra: disable_grep: true
<jms-di-extra disable_grep="false"> ... </jms-di-extra>