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Fixtures and Demo Data 

Before your application contains an interface to create new tasks, you need to load them programmatically. In OroPlatform, this can be done by creating fixture classes that are placed in the Migrations/Data/ORM subdirectory of your bundle and that implement the FixtureInterface:

namespace Acme\Bundle\DemoBundle\Migrations\Data\ORM;

use Acme\Bundle\DemoBundle\Entity\Priority;
use Acme\Bundle\DemoBundle\Entity\Question;
use Doctrine\Common\DataFixtures\FixtureInterface;
use Doctrine\Persistence\ObjectManager;
use Oro\Bundle\OrganizationBundle\Entity\Organization;

 * Load Question data fixture.
class LoadQuestions implements FixtureInterface
     * @inheritDoc
    public function load(ObjectManager $manager)
        $organization = $manager->getRepository(Organization::class)->getFirst();

        $majorPriority = new Priority();

        $importantTask = new Question();
        $importantTask->setSubject('Important task');
        $importantTask->setDescription('This is an important task');
        $importantTask->setDueDate(new \DateTime('+1 week'));

        $minorPriority = new Priority();

        $unimportantTask = new Question();
        $unimportantTask->setSubject('Unimportant task');
        $unimportantTask->setDescription('This is a not so important task');
        $unimportantTask->setDueDate(new \DateTime('+2 weeks'));


Console Commands 

Use the oro:migration:data:load command to load all fixtures that have not been loaded yet:

php bin/console oro:migration:data:load

The fixtures type (“main”, or “demo”) can be specified with the --fixtures-type=<type> option. For example, you can create data fixtures that should only be loaded when you want to present your application with some demo data. To do so, place your data fixture classes in the Migrations/Data/Demo/ORM subdirectory of your bundle and use the --fixtures-type option of the oro:migration:data:load command to indicate that the demo data should be loaded:

php bin/console oro:migration:data:load --fixtures-type=demo

The --dry-run option can be used to print the list of fixtures without applying them:

php bin/console oro:migration:data:load --dry-run

The --bundles option can be used to load the fixtures only from the specified bundles:

php bin/console oro:migration:data:load --bundles=<BundleOne> --bundles=<BundleTwo> --bundles=<BundleThree>

The --exclude option will skip loading fixtures from the specified bundles:

php bin/console oro:migration:data:load --exclude=<BundleOne> --exclude=<BundleTwo> --exclude=<BundleThree>

Non-Default Object Managers and Reference Repositories in Fixtures 

To create and reference entities managed by non-default object manager, extend your fixture class from Oro\Bundle\TestFrameworkBundle\Test\DataFixtures\AbstractFixture.


The default object manager is available as the load method argument.

namespace Oro\Bundle\ConfigBundle\Tests\Functional\DataFixtures;

use Doctrine\Persistence\ObjectManager;
use Oro\Bundle\ConfigBundle\Entity\Config;
use Oro\Bundle\ConfigBundle\Entity\ConfigValue;
use Oro\Bundle\TestFrameworkBundle\Test\DataFixtures\AbstractFixture;
use Symfony\Component\Yaml\Yaml;

class LoadConfigValue extends AbstractFixture
    const FILENAME = 'config_value.yml';

    public function load(ObjectManager $manager)
        $config = $this->getConfig(

        $configValueObjectManager = $this->getObjectManagerForClass(ConfigValue::class);

        foreach ($this->getConfigValuesData() as $name => $data) {
            $configValue = new ConfigValue();

            $this->setReference($name, $configValue);


     * @return array
    protected function getConfigValuesData()
        return Yaml::parse(file_get_contents(__DIR__.'/data/'.static::FILENAME));

     * @param ObjectManager $manager
     * @return null|Config
    protected function getConfig(ObjectManager $manager)
        return $manager->getRepository(Config::class)->findOneBy([]);

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