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INSERT INTO [message #79303] Tue, 02 June 2009 19:41 Go to next message
n.dempsey  is currently offline n.dempsey
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I have an archive table that I would like to add the original data to before a save happens on an edit. I'm a total noob to php and symfony, what is my best way to do this?
Re: INSERT INTO [message #80076 is a reply to message #79303 ] Thu, 18 June 2009 00:54 Go to previous message
Russ  is currently offline Russ
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Sounds like the Doctrine versionable behaviour would be good for you, but if you are using a custom schema, just override the save() method of your class.

if ($this->isModified())
  $copy = new archiveTable;


That will make a copy of the data you are saving... If you want to save the data before the object was edited, you'll have to do something slightly different - although in that case it's probably easier just to copy the row in the database... (maybe via a hook)

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