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What about object, database schema ? [message #94302] Thu, 25 February 2010 18:57 Go to next message
Zappe  is currently offline Zappe
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What about everything that was the strength of Symfony 1.x ?
We just had to describe the DB schema and all the classes were generated, ready to use objects. The ORM mapping, will it be implemented furthermore ?

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Re: What about object, database schema ? [message #94751 is a reply to message #94302 ] Thu, 04 March 2010 10:49 Go to previous messageGo to next message
halfer  is currently offline halfer
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Yes, I think it will have all that! I should think you can use Propel but that it will have a preference for Doctrine. This is just a preview release to demonstrate how the technology works.


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Re: What about object, database schema ? [message #95315 is a reply to message #94302 ] Thu, 11 March 2010 23:02 Go to previous message
xdissent  is currently offline xdissent
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Doctrine 2 is included and it's really slick. I've run across a few limitations so far, but it's only because Doctrine 2 itself is not yet complete. The Symfony 2 console has commands for building entity classes from YAML (and other formats), managing the database, creating/recreating/dropping schema, and populating initial data. You'll love the new QueryBuilder and persistent entity stuff from Doctrine, too.
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