Updating one to one doctrine2
All you have to do to enable data editing capabilities for the widget is to: If you want to enable new records insertion, you can do that by enabling the relevant option in the grid toolbar.
If you are not sure which version a function or feature is in, you can check the PHP documentation on the website.ALTER TABLE mytable ADD COLUMN field1_new TEXT NOT NULL, ADD COLUMN field2_new TEXT NOT NULL; update mytable set field1_new = CONVERT(field1 USING utf8), field2_new = CONVERT(field2 USING utf8); alter table mytable drop column field1, drop column field2; alter table mytable change column field1_new field1 text, change column field2_new field2 text; Thank you for your interest in this question.Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).Similarly in my recent years I used to believe that it wasn't possible to use multiple databases with relationships with Symfony2 and Doctrine2, however the modern, wiser me no longer believes in the existence of blood sucking pale corpses, and similarly now knows that one can have multiple databases within a Symfony2/Doctrine2 app. You will need to use only connection that spans all of your databases, if you want to build a relationship between entities then they must use the same connection.Do to this you will need a user that has access to all of the databases the you wish to access. This website aims to introduce new PHP developers to some topics which they may not discover until it is too late, and aims to give seasoned pros some fresh ideas on those topics they’ve been doing for years without ever reconsidering.
This website will also not tell you which tools to use, but instead offer suggestions for multiple options, when possible explaining the differences in approach and use-case.
Setup this user as per usual within your Symfony2 application, for the database name just select one of the databases, it doesn't matter which one.
No extra Doctrine config is needed to get this working, though as a side note you may want to use Gedmo's Doctrine Extensions, they aren't relevant to this topic but they are awesome.
I had an issue similar to the OP's while using Node.
JS with the node-mysql library - this fixed all group_concat issues.
Note that you need to set the user on the Blameable Listener (unless you use the Symfony2 extension which does automatically assign the current security context user).