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4. Defining the CRUD controller

A CRUD controller class is just an empty class with no methods. However, you can add new actions or overwrite the default CRUD actions to suit your application.

Note

The controller declaration is optional, if none is defined, then the AdminBundle will use the CRUDController.

Just create 3 files inside the Controller directory:

4.1. CommentAdminController

// src/Tutorial/BlogBundle/Controller/CommentAdminController.php

namespace Tutorial\BlogBundle\Controller;

use Sonata\AdminBundle\Controller\CRUDController;

final class CommentAdminController extends CRUDController
{

}

4.2. PostAdminController

// src/Tutorial/BlogBundle/Controller/PostAdminController.php

namespace Tutorial\BlogBundle\Controller;

use Sonata\AdminBundle\Controller\CRUDController;

final class PostAdminController extends CRUDController
{

}

4.3. TagAdminController

// src/Tutorial/BlogBundle/Controller/TagAdminController.php

namespace Tutorial\BlogBundle\Controller;

use Sonata\AdminBundle\Controller\CRUDController;

final class TagAdminController extends CRUDController
{

}

When the controller class is instantiated, the admin class is attached to the controller.

Now, let’s create the admin classes.

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