I encountered a problem with autogenerated column names which equal to reserved mysql keywords. Imagine: I have two models, one called Group and the other called GroupMembership. There’s a bidirectional 1:n relation between Group and GroupMembership.
The reference for every GroupMembership to its Group is stored in a property called group (in the GroupMembership domain model).
When I try to create and persist a new domain object, doctrine orm generates an INSERT statement, which leads to an exception similar to this:
An exception occurred while executing ‘INSERT INTO vendor_package_domain_model_groupmembership (persistence_object_identifier, person, group) VALUES (?, ?, ?)’ with params [“4600992e-d795-4bc3-9e97-2ed653d791bc”, “d3e72049-1c7e-45d6-8cfe-8fe39938f9fc”, “5c6680ff-8fc6-44fe-b412-1360a6ceefe3”]
The error in this generated sql statement originates from the column name
group which is not enclosed in backticks! When I copy this statement into my sql client and add the backticks around
group, everything works.
I already found (and tried to follow) this part of the flow documentation: http://flowframework.readthedocs.io/en/stable/TheDefinitiveGuide/PartIII/Persistence.html#customizing-doctrine-entitymanager
Unfortunately, for me this does not help. I tried to wire both mentioned signal to my corresponding slots. In these slots I did:
This calls didn’t have any effects on my code, e.g. the generation of the sql statement in question.
I also found this topic in the forum regarding reserved keywords as column names: @ORM\Column(name="xyz") not working
My questions are:
- Is it possible to use property names such as
name in domain models?
- What is required to do for using such property names?
- Is there a special quoting strategy required?
- Could you provide a working example?
Thanks and kind regards,