doctrine / postgres - timestamp without timezone
I'm working on what I think is still a small project with some entities. I want to work with timestamp fields defined without timezones.
Now, doctrine complains apparently because for doctrine datetime fields won't include the milliseconds (and that's not the case).
By looking around, I see that the "parser" of datetime fields can be changed with something like this:
Now I don't get an exception but 0s in all those fields, and that's not OK either.
What is the right approach here? Who has faced this before?
Oh.... I think the problem could be somewhere else (didn't see the warnings on PHP because it's a long output). Hold your breath for a while.
Nevermind.... it was my mistake. VarDateTimeType will create PHP Datetime objects for the values. I assumed I could thow them into date('U', aDate) to get the time since UNIX epoch.... I could just ask for aDate->getTimetsmp() instead.
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