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Is it possible to have skipper include a RepositoryClass within Doctrine2 Annotations? Am I missing a setting somewhere.

For example

/**
 * @ORM\Entity(repositoryClass="App\Repository\ProductRepository")
 */
class Product
{}

In looking at
https://www.skipper18.com/en/frameworks/doctrine2

It appears as though it will generate it for the XML output under the but not in the annotations.

This tool is amazing, but it does take me a significant amount of time to go through and update all of the Class files after exporting to include the RepositoryClass. I tried searching the forum and didn't see anything related, hopefully I am just missing a setting somewhere!

Thanks!

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Thanks for info. I believe Skipper should export this property for annotations too. We will check it tomorrow and let you know.

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Hello,

we just tested this use case and everything works as expected on our side.

When entity has configured "repository-class" property in ORM editor:

Skipper Doctrine2 annotations

Skipper correctly exports @ORM\Entity(repositoryClass="testrepo") as you can see here:

Doctrine2 annotations repository class

Can you please send me any example project where we can simulate the issue you're describing? Please send it directly to [email protected]

Thanks

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