How to create a command (task) in Symfony 2

This tutorial is deprecated. It was written when Symfony2 was in beta. 

In Symfony 1.x a task is a command line tool to help perform tasks around the application. The same is in Symfony 2. Unfortunately in Symfony2 there is no tool to auto-generate some code for these. To create a Symfony2 Command you must to have or to create in your Bundle a folder named Command. Here, you must create a file named MytaskCommand.php with the following code:

 

N

ow, you can open a console and go to app folder. If you write:

./console

you will see something like

You can execute this Command with: ./console tudorica:razvan

 

3 thoughts on “How to create a command (task) in Symfony 2

  1. razvan Post author

    this “how to” is from the time when symfony2 was in beta, so it is possible to not work anymore. please check documentation.

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  2. Anonymous

    Just copy an existing task from a vendor bundle (e.g. Doctrine or swiftmailer) of the Symfony2 stable release to your own bundle’s Command directory and you have a nice and up-to-date template for your own command.

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