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Custom listeners

SecurityBundle provides several custom event listeners that can alter system behavior.

Console security context listener

Class: Oro\Bundle\SecurityBundle\EventListener\ConsoleContextListener

This listener allows passing the current user and organization to the console command so that command services can get this user and organization from a security context. By default, the security context token in the console is empty - so, to save the user and organization listener, it creates an instance of ConsoleToken and sets it to the security context.

The listener uses the following options:

  • –current-user - ID, username, or email of the user that should be used as a current user;
  • –current-organization - ID or name of the organization that should be used as a current organization.

Example:

php bin/console oro:import:csv ~/Contact_10k.csv --current-user=admin --current-organization=1