Class yii\sphinx\MatchExpression

Inheritanceyii\sphinx\MatchExpression » yii\base\Object
Implementsyii\base\Configurable
Available since version2.0.6
Source Code https://github.com/yiisoft/yii2-sphinx/blob/master/MatchExpression.php

MatchExpression represents a MATCH SphinxQL expression.

In conjunction with yii\sphinx\MatchBuilder this class provides ability to build sophisticated MATCH expressions. Instance of this class can be passed to yii\sphinx\Query::match(). For example:

use yii\sphinx\Query;
use yii\sphinx\MatchExpression;

$rows = (new Query())
    ->match(new MatchExpression('@title :title', ['title' => 'Yii']))
    ->all();

You may use match(), andMatch() and orMatch() to combine several conditions. For example:

use yii\sphinx\Query;
use yii\sphinx\MatchExpression;

$rows = (new Query())
    ->match(
        // produces '((@title "Yii") (@author "Paul")) | (@content "Sphinx")' :
        (new MatchExpression())
            ->match(['title' => 'Yii'])
            ->andMatch(['author' => 'Paul'])
            ->orMatch(['content' => 'Sphinx'])
    )
    ->all();

You may as well compose expressions with special operators like 'MAYBE', 'PROXIMITY' etc. For example:

use yii\sphinx\Query;
use yii\sphinx\MatchExpression;

$rows = (new Query())
    ->match(
        // produces '@title "Yii" MAYBE "Sphinx"' :
        (new MatchExpression())->match([
            'maybe',
            'title',
            'Yii',
            'Sphinx',
        ])
    )
    ->all();

$rows = (new Query())
    ->match(
        // produces '@title "Yii"~10' :
        (new MatchExpression())->match([
            'proximity',
            'title',
            'Yii',
            10,
        ])
    )
    ->all();

Note: parameters passed via params() or generated from array conditions will be automatically escaped using yii\sphinx\Connection::escapeMatchValue().

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Public Properties

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PropertyTypeDescriptionDefined By
$match string|array|yii\db\Expression MATCH expression. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
$params array List of match expression parameter values indexed by parameter placeholders. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression

Public Methods

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MethodDescriptionDefined By
__call() Calls the named method which is not a class method. yii\base\Object
__construct() Constructor. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
__get() Returns the value of an object property. yii\base\Object
__isset() Checks if a property is set, i.e. defined and not null. yii\base\Object
__set() Sets value of an object property. yii\base\Object
__unset() Sets an object property to null. yii\base\Object
addParams() Adds additional parameters to be parsed into the query. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
andFilterMatch() Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one but ignores empty operands. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
andMatch() Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
canGetProperty() Returns a value indicating whether a property can be read. yii\base\Object
canSetProperty() Returns a value indicating whether a property can be set. yii\base\Object
className() Returns the fully qualified name of this class. yii\base\Object
filterMatch() Sets the MATCH part of the query but ignores empty operands. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
hasMethod() Returns a value indicating whether a method is defined. yii\base\Object
hasProperty() Returns a value indicating whether a property is defined. yii\base\Object
init() Initializes the object. yii\base\Object
match() Sets the MATCH expression. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
orFilterMatch() Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one but ignores empty operands. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
orMatch() Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
params() Sets the parameters to be parsed into the query. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression

Protected Methods

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MethodDescriptionDefined By
filterCondition() Removes empty operands from the given query condition. yii\sphinx\MatchExpression
isEmpty() Returns a value indicating whether the give value is "empty". yii\sphinx\MatchExpression

Property Details

$match public property

MATCH expression. For example: ['title' => 'Yii', 'content' => 'Sphinx']. Note: being specified as a plain string this value will not be quoted or escaped, do not pass possible unsecured values (like the ones obtained from HTTP request) as a direct value.

See also match().

$params public property

List of match expression parameter values indexed by parameter placeholders. For example, [':name' => 'Dan', ':age' => 31]. These parameters will be automatically escaped using yii\sphinx\Connection::escapeMatchValue() and inserted into MATCH expression as a quoted strings.

public array $params = []

Method Details

__construct() public method

Constructor.

public void __construct ( $match null, $params = [], $config = [] )
$match string

The MATCH expression

$params array

Expression parameters.

$config array

Name-value pairs that will be used to initialize the object properties

addParams() public method

Adds additional parameters to be parsed into the query.

See also params().

public $this addParams ( $params )
$params array

List of expression parameter values indexed by parameter placeholders. For example, [':name' => 'Dan', ':age' => 31].

return $this

The expression object itself

andFilterMatch() public method (available since version 2.0.7)

Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one but ignores empty operands.

The new condition and the existing one will be joined using the 'AND' operator.

This method is similar to andMatch(). The main difference is that this method will remove empty query operands. As a result, this method is best suited for building query conditions based on filter values entered by users.

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public $this andFilterMatch ( array $condition )
$condition array

The new MATCH condition. Please refer to match() on how to specify this parameter.

return $this

The query object itself

andMatch() public method

Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one.

The new condition and the existing one will be joined using the 'AND' (' ') operator.

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public $this andMatch ( $condition, $params = [] )
$condition string|array|yii\db\Expression

The new MATCH condition. Please refer to match() on how to specify this parameter.

$params array

The parameters (name => value) to be parsed into the query.

return $this

The expression object itself

filterCondition() protected method (available since version 2.0.7)

Removes empty operands from the given query condition.

protected array filterCondition ( $condition )
$condition array

The original condition

return array

The condition with empty operands removed.

filterMatch() public method (available since version 2.0.7)

Sets the MATCH part of the query but ignores empty operands.

This method is similar to match(). The main difference is that this method will remove empty query operands. As a result, this method is best suited for building query conditions based on filter values entered by users.

The following code shows the difference between this method and match():

// MATCH (@title :title)
$query->filterMatch(['name' => null, 'title' => 'foo']);
// MATCH (@title :title)
$query->match(['title' => 20]);
// MATCH (@name :name @title :title)
$query->match(['name' => null, 'age' => 20]);

Note that unlike match(), you cannot pass binding parameters to this method.

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public $this filterMatch ( array $condition )
$condition array

The conditions that should be put in the MATCH part. See match() on how to specify this parameter.

return $this

The query object itself

isEmpty() protected method (available since version 2.0.7)

Returns a value indicating whether the give value is "empty".

The value is considered "empty", if one of the following conditions is satisfied:

  • it is null,
  • an empty string (''),
  • a string containing only whitespace characters,
  • or an empty array.
protected boolean isEmpty ( $value )
$value mixed
return boolean

If the value is empty

match() public method

Sets the MATCH expression.

The method requires a $condition parameter, and optionally a $params parameter specifying the values to be parsed into the expression.

The $condition parameter should be either a string (e.g. '@name "John"') or an array.

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public $this match ( $condition, $params = [] )
$condition string|array|yii\db\Expression

The conditions that should be put in the MATCH expression.

$params array

The parameters (name => value) to be parsed into the query.

return $this

The expression object itself

orFilterMatch() public method (available since version 2.0.7)

Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one but ignores empty operands.

The new condition and the existing one will be joined using the 'OR' operator.

This method is similar to orMatch(). The main difference is that this method will remove empty query operands. As a result, this method is best suited for building query conditions based on filter values entered by users.

See also:

public $this orFilterMatch ( array $condition )
$condition array

The new MATCH condition. Please refer to match() on how to specify this parameter.

return $this

The query object itself

orMatch() public method

Adds an additional MATCH condition to the existing one.

The new condition and the existing one will be joined using the 'OR' ('|') operator.

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public $this orMatch ( $condition, $params = [] )
$condition string|array|yii\db\Expression

The new WHERE condition. Please refer to match() on how to specify this parameter.

$params array

The parameters (name => value) to be parsed into the query.

return $this

The expression object itself

params() public method

Sets the parameters to be parsed into the query.

See also addParams().

public $this params ( $params )
$params array

List of expression parameter values indexed by parameter placeholders. For example, [':name' => 'Dan', ':age' => 31].

return $this

The expression object itself