Symfony2 API
Class

Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\Event\FilterResponseEvent

class FilterResponseEvent extends KernelEvent

Allows to filter a Response object.

You can call getResponse() to retrieve the current response. With setResponse() you can set a new response that will be returned to the browser.

Methods

bool isPropagationStopped()

Returns whether further event listeners should be triggered.

from Event
stopPropagation()

Stops the propagation of the event to further event listeners.

from Event
setDispatcher(EventDispatcherInterface $dispatcher)

Stores the EventDispatcher that dispatches this Event.

from Event
EventDispatcherInterface getDispatcher()

Returns the EventDispatcher that dispatches this Event.

from Event
string getName()

Gets the event's name.

from Event
setName(string $name)

Sets the event's name property.

from Event
__construct(HttpKernelInterface $kernel, Request $request, $requestType, Response $response)

HttpKernelInterface getKernel()

Returns the kernel in which this event was thrown.

from KernelEvent
Request getRequest()

Returns the request the kernel is currently processing.

from KernelEvent
int getRequestType()

Returns the request type the kernel is currently processing.

from KernelEvent
bool isMasterRequest()

Checks if this is a master request.

from KernelEvent
Response getResponse()

Returns the current response object.

setResponse(Response $response)

Sets a new response object.

Details

in Event at line 56
public bool isPropagationStopped()

Returns whether further event listeners should be triggered.

Return Value

bool Whether propagation was already stopped for this event.

See also

Event::stopPropagation

in Event at line 70
public stopPropagation()

Stops the propagation of the event to further event listeners.

If multiple event listeners are connected to the same event, no further event listener will be triggered once any trigger calls stopPropagation().

in Event at line 84
public setDispatcher(EventDispatcherInterface $dispatcher)

Stores the EventDispatcher that dispatches this Event.

Parameters

EventDispatcherInterface $dispatcher

in Event at line 98
public EventDispatcherInterface getDispatcher()

Returns the EventDispatcher that dispatches this Event.

in Event at line 112
public string getName()

Gets the event's name.

Return Value

string

in Event at line 126
public setName(string $name)

Sets the event's name property.

Parameters

string $name The event name.

at line 38
public __construct(HttpKernelInterface $kernel, Request $request, $requestType, Response $response)

Parameters

HttpKernelInterface $kernel
Request $request
$requestType
Response $response

in KernelEvent at line 63
public HttpKernelInterface getKernel()

Returns the kernel in which this event was thrown.

Return Value

HttpKernelInterface

in KernelEvent at line 75
public Request getRequest()

Returns the request the kernel is currently processing.

Return Value

Request

in KernelEvent at line 88
public int getRequestType()

Returns the request type the kernel is currently processing.

Return Value

int One of HttpKernelInterface::MASTERREQUEST and HttpKernelInterface::SUBREQUEST

in KernelEvent at line 100
public bool isMasterRequest()

Checks if this is a master request.

Return Value

bool True if the request is a master request

at line 52
public Response getResponse()

Returns the current response object.

Return Value

Response

at line 64
public setResponse(Response $response)

Sets a new response object.

Parameters

Response $response