wwwision/node-event-log

Last activity on 6 June 2021
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composer require wwwision/node-event-log

Log for nodes in the Event Sourced Content Repository

Wwwision.NodeEventLog

Log for nodes in the Event Sourced Content Repository

Installation

Install via composer:

composer require wwwision/node-event-log

Afterwards make sure to execute doctrine migrations:

./flow doctrine:migrate

The EventLogProjector is registered as event listener for the "ContentRepository" event store and will be updated whenever new events are published.

To initialize the projector with already published events, the projection:replay command can be used:

./flow projection:replay eventlog

Usage

Filtering

The event log can be filtered by numerous attributes including:

  • The affected node (recursively or not)
  • The content stream (or workspace name)
  • The initiating user
  • The dimension space point

Example:

$recursively = true;
$filter = EventLogFilter::create()
    ->forNode(NodeAggregateIdentifier::fromString('some-node-id'), $recursively)
    ->inContentStream(ContentStreamIdentifier::fromString('some-content-stream-id'))
    ->forInitiatingUser(UserIdentifier::fromString('some-user-id'))
    ->skipInheritedEvents();

Render first 5 event types

$result = $this->eventLog->filter(EventLogFilter::create());
echo 'Total number of results: ' . $result->count() . PHP_EOL;
/** @var NodeEvent $event */
foreach ($result->first(5)->toNodeArray() as $event) {
    echo $event->eventType() . PHP_EOL;
}

Output (depending on the actual events)

Total number of results: 123
Neos.EventSourcedContentRepository:RootNodeAggregateWithNodeWasCreated
Neos.EventSourcedContentRepository:NodeAggregateWithNodeWasCreated
Neos.EventSourcedContentRepository:NodeAggregateWithNodeWasCreated
Neos.EventSourcedContentRepository:NodeAggregateWithNodeWasCreated
Neos.EventSourcedContentRepository:NodePropertiesWereSet

Paginate results in descending order

$result = $this->eventLog->filter(EventLogFilter::create())->reversed();
$after = null;
do {
    $page = $result->first(3, $after);
    foreach ($page as $edge) {
        /** @var NodeEvent $event */
        $event = $edge->node();
        echo $event->id() . PHP_EOL;
    }
    echo '----' . PHP_EOL;
    $after = $page->pageInfo()->endCursor();
} while ($page->pageInfo()->hasNextPage());

Output (depending on the actual events)

8
7
6
----
5
4
3
----
2
1
----

Custom event renderer

$result = $this->eventLog->filter(EventLogFilter::create())
    ->withNodeConverter(fn(array $event) => $event['id']);
echo implode(',', $result->first(10)->toNodeArray());

Output

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10

CLI

This package comes with a nodeeventlog:show command that allows for filtering & rendering the event log in the CLI:

./flow help nodeeventlog:show

Output activities with the specified filters applied

COMMAND:
  wwwision.nodeeventlog:nodeeventlog:show

USAGE:
  ./flow nodeeventlog:show [<options>]

OPTIONS:
  --node               id of the node to fetch activities for
                       (NodeAggregateIdentifier)
  --content-stream     id of the content stream to filter for
                       (ContentStreamIdentifier)
  --workspace          name of the workspace to filter for (WorkspaceName)
  --user               id of the initiating user to filter for (UserIdentifier)
  --dimension          JSON string representing the dimensions space point to
                       filter for (DimensionSpacePoint)
  --recursively        If set activities for all child nodes will be fetched as
                       well (recursively) – this is only evaluated if
                       "--node" is specified, too
  --skip-inherited-events If set only explicit events are considered. Otherwise
                       "inherited" events, e.g. for disabled/removed/moved
                       nodes are included in the result
  --reverse            If set the order of the event log is reversed to show
                       the events in the order they occured
  --first              How many events to display at once (default: 10)
  --after              Only fetch events after the specified cursor (only
                       applicable in conjunction with --first)
  --last               How many events to display at once (default: 10)
  --before             Only fetch events before the specified cursor (only
                       applicable in conjunction with --first)

Attribution

The development of this package has been kindly supported by "Swiss Army Knife Cloud Solutions B.V."

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