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I have not find an option to add "jsonb" to a orm property.

What can I do?

 * @ORM\Column(type="json_array", nullable=true, options={"jsonb"=true})
private $value;
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Thanks for info. Can you please send link to documentation where is this property described? Thanks!

I cant found in doctrine documentation but It is supported doctrine/dbal v2.6+.

I have tested it and is working when i update the schema.

Note: the column is better to be "json" type https://www.doctrine-project.org/projects/doctrine-dbal/en/2.8/reference/types.html#json

 * @ORM\Column(type="json", nullable=true, options={"jsonb"=true})
private $value;

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Ok, it seems like some inner hack ;-). But I believe it should be easy to add it.

Open Doctrine2.skipper.cfg.xml file available in your instalation directory (or create separate new configuration file as described here https://help.skipper18.com/expert-usage/customization/configuration-files/ )

and add following element

<attribute name="jsonb" type="true" help-text="" />


skipper-configuration / orm-configuration / attribute-types / struct[name="field"] / struct[name="options"]

it should be on line 130 in mentioned cfg file.

Final result should look something like this:

 <struct name="options" help-text="" help-url="http://doctrine-orm.readthedocs.io/en/latest/reference/annotations-reference.html#column">

 <attribute name="jsonb" type="true" help-text="" />

          <attribute name="fixed" type="bool" help-text="Boolean value to determine if the specified length of a string column should be fixed or varying (applies only for string/binary column and might not be supported by all vendors)." />
          <attribute name="comment" type="string" help-text="The comment of the column in the schema (might not be supported by all vendors)."/>
          <attribute name="collation" type="string" help-text="The collation of the column (only supported by Drizzle, Mysql, PostgreSQL>=9.1, Sqlite and SQLServer)."/>
          <attribute name="check" type="string" help-text="Adds a check constraint type to the column (might not be supported by all vendors)"/>
          <attribute name="version" type="string" help-text=""/>          
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Thx. It works :)

but you have a typo:

Perfect, glad it's working.

And thanks for info about typo. I wrote it on my personal laptop without validating it ;-)