ZF ZendFramework In Case Of

ZF ZendFramework In Case Of

2013-05-20. Category & Tags: Php Php

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A Quick Starter for ZF New Guys #

I was following: “Getting Started with Zend Framework”, By Rob Allen, v1.7.7


ENV: i am using ZendFramework-1.11.0.zip instead of zend-server, in Linux.

// ln /etc/php5/zendFramework_1.11.10/bin/zf.sh /usr/bin/zf ; //got some problems, so:

ps: if apt-get install zend-framework-bin (1.10) , then default lib will be /usr/share/php/libzend-framework-php
( ref: /usr/share/zend-framework /usr/share/doc/libzend-framework-php)

#apt-get install phpunit

//this is for php-pear. may need to fix: /etc/apt/sources.list and ‘apt-get update’ before install unit.

modify /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini, change: (maybe also: /etc/php5/cli/php.ini):

**include_path = ".:/etc/php5/zendFramework_1.11.10/library:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/php/PHPUnit"**


#zf show version

ok, so:

#zf create project projectName
#apt-get install php5-sqlite

The following is a sample VHOST you might want to consider for your project.

 <VirtualHost *:80>  
 ServerName quickstart.local  
 DocumentRoot /now/codes/zend_framework/quickstart/public

 SetEnv APPLICATION_ENV "development"

 <Directory /now/codes/zend_framework/quickstart/public>  
 DirectoryIndex index.php  
 AllowOverride All  
 Order allow,deny  
 Allow from all  


now, u should be able to access the web.
see /var/log/apache2/error.log for detail if get 500 error.
e.g., if no rewrite is available:

#ln -s /etc/apache2/mods-available/rewrite.load /etc/apache2/mods-enabled/

default configuration is placed in application/configs/application.ini

#zf enable layout


// Something More: #

3 sentences about : zf configure db-adapter blala….

Create the script as scripts/load.sqlite.php
! flesh out: scripts/load.sqlite.php
php scripts/load.sqlite.php –withdata

#zf create db-table Guestbook guestbook
#zf create model GuestbookMapper
! flesh out: models/GuestbookMapper.php

Now it’s time to create our model class.
#zf create model Guestbook
! flesh out: models/Guestbook.php class: Application_Model_GuestbookMapper

Lastly, to connect these elements all together, lets create a guestbook controller
#zf create controller Guestbook
(this will create view, too.)
! flesh out: controllers/GuestbookController.php
! flesh out: views/scripts/guestbook/index.phtml


#zf create form Guestbook
! flesh out: application/forms/Guestbook.php

#zf create action sign Guestbook //format : zf create action actionName ControllerName
this will create a signAction() method in our controller, as well as the appropriate view script.
! flesh out: action: sign in Controller: Guestbook