In DoctrineBehaviors, the Translatable behavior provides a way to manage translations for entities. To check if a translation exists for a specific field in an entity, you can use the TranslationListener provided by the Translatable behavior.

Assuming you have an entity that uses the Translatable behavior and you want to check if a translation exists for a specific field, follow these steps:

  1. Enable TranslationListener: Make sure the TranslationListener is enabled in your Doctrine configuration. This is usually done in your Symfony config.yml or similar configuration file.
yaml
# config.yml (or other configuration file) doctrine: orm: entity_listeners: Gedmo\Translatable\TranslatableListener: true
  1. Check for Translation: In your code, you can use the TranslationListener to check if a translation exists for a specific field in the entity.
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use Gedmo\Translatable\Translatable; use Gedmo\Translatable\TranslationListener; // Check if a translation exists for a specific field in the entity public function isFieldTranslated(Translatable $entity, string $field, string $locale): bool { /** @var TranslationListener $translationListener */ $translationListener = $this->getDoctrine()->getManager()->getEventManager()->getListeners('translatable')[0]; // Get the translation entity class $translationClass = $translationListener->getTranslationClass(); // Check if the translation exists for the given entity, field, and locale $translationExists = $this->getDoctrine()->getRepository($translationClass)->findOneBy([ 'objectClass' => get_class($entity), 'field' => $field, 'foreignKey' => $entity->getId(), 'locale' => $locale, ]); return $translationExists !== null; }

In this code, the isFieldTranslated method takes the entity, the name of the field you want to check, and the locale for which you want to check the translation. It uses the TranslationListener to fetch the translation entity class and then queries the translation repository to check if the translation exists for the specified field, entity, and locale.

Make sure to replace YourEntityClass with the actual class name of your entity and adjust the code according to your project's setup.

With this code, you can determine if a translation exists for a specific field in your translated entity and take appropriate actions based on the result.

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