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There is an issue with Doctrine multiple level Inheritance.

Example :

I have a Base class with a discriminator (dtype = base)
I have a User class which extends Base (dtype = user)
I have an Admin class which extends User (dtype = admin)

If i want it to work, i need to have in the DiscriminatorMap of Base the three of them. But skipper just put base/user without admin. So, when i want to select my datas from Base, i got an error because Doctrine doesn't recognize admin type.

It will be really great to fix it cause i got to revert those types of annotations any time i export.

Thanks !

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Do you know that you can configure also base-class value for inheritance?

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If you have correctly filled this value and it doesn't work, please send us following files:

  • sample Skipper project where is your use case modeled
  • Doctrine2 schema file where is correctly modeled mentioned use case

Based on these files we will be able to check it and fix it.

by Skipper developer (141k points)

No, that's not my issue. I've sended you an email right now. Problem is with multiple inheritance and a skipper bug, not discriminator default value.

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Multilevel inheritance support for Doctrine2 is implemented in lastest 3.2.6 beta.


by Skipper developer (141k points)