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Symfony 3 Console Commands - Symfony Clear Cache and more

We will be adding Symfony 3 console commands as we go along:

How to run a command?

In the windows 7,8,10 search bar type "cmd", go to your project folder and type any of the below commands:

SYMFONY 3 CONSOLE COMMANDS


Run the server:

php bin/console server:run



Create a new project:

php symfony.phar new project



Clear Symfony 3 Cache:

php bin/console cache:clear



Create a Symfony 3 Bundle:

php bin/console generate:bundle



Create database:

php bin/console doctrine:database:create



Start entity(Generate Model) generator:

php bin/console doctrine:generate:entity



Create Table Name by typing:

During this command, you will need to create all your table fields one by one

AppBundle:Users



Get the entities to update the database

php bin/console doctrine:schema:update --force



After the creation of your entities, validate them:

php bin/console doctrine:schema:validate




DOCTRINE CONSOLE MIGRATIONS COMMANDS

After changing your database code in your files situated here:

resources/config/doctrine/file_name.yml



Run this command:

php bin/console doctrine:migrations:diff



After running the above command, run this to execute a migrate up or down:

php bin/console doctrine:migrations:execute



Generate blank migration

php bin/console doctrine:migrations:generate



Execute migration by choosing version

php bin/console doctrine:migrations:migrate



View status of a set of migrations

php bin/console doctrine:migrations:status



Manually add and delete migration versions

php bin/console doctrine:migrations:version




To regenerate an entity:

Run this:

php bin/console doctrine:mapping:import --force AppBundle xml


Then that:

php app/console doctrine:generate:entities AppBundle