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DoctrineExtensions

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A set of extensions to Doctrine 2 that add support for functions available in MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL and SQLite.

DB Functions
MySQL ACOS, AES_DECRYPT, AES_ENCRYPT, ANY_VALUE, ASCII, ASIN, ATAN, ATAN2, BINARY, BIT_COUNT, BIT_XOR, CAST, CEIL, CHAR_LENGTH, COLLATE, CONCAT_WS, CONVERT_TZ, COS, COT, COUNTIF, CRC32, DATE, DATE_FORMAT, DATEADD, DATEDIFF, DATESUB, DAY, DAYNAME, DAYOFWEEK, DAYOFYEAR, DEGREES, DIV, EXP, EXTRACT, FIELD, FIND_IN_SET, FLOOR, FROM_UNIXTIME, GREATEST, GROUP_CONCAT, HEX, HOUR, IFELSE, IFNULL, INET_ATON, INET_NTOA, INET6_ATON, INET6_NTOA, INSTR, IS_IPV4, IS_IPV4_COMPAT, IS_IPV4_MAPPED, IS_IPV6, LAST_DAY, LEAST, LOG, LOG10, LOG2, LPAD, MATCH, MD5, MINUTE, MONTH, MONTHNAME, NOW, NULLIF, PERIOD_DIFF, PI, POWER, QUARTER, RADIANS, RAND, REGEXP, REPLACE, ROUND, RPAD, SECOND, SECTOTIME, SHA1, SHA2, SIN, SOUNDEX, STD, STDDEV, STRTODATE, STR_TO_DATE, SUBSTRING_INDEX, TAN, TIME, TIMEDIFF, TIMESTAMPADD, TIMESTAMPDIFF, TIMETOSEC, UNHEX, UNIX_TIMESTAMP, UTC_TIMESTAMP, UUID_SHORT, VARIANCE, WEEK, WEEKDAY, YEAR, YEARMONTH, YEARWEEK
Oracle DAY, LISTAGG, MONTH, NVL, TO_CHAR, TO_DATE, TRUNC, YEAR
Sqlite DATE, MINUTE, HOUR, DAY, WEEK, WEEKDAY, MONTH, YEAR, STRFTIME, DATE_FORMAT*, CASE WHEN THEN ELSE END, IFNULL, REPLACE, ROUND
PostgreSQL TO_DATE, TO_CHAR, AT_TIME_ZONE, COUNT_FILTER, STRING_AGG

Note: Sqlite date functions are implemented as strftime(format, value). Sqlite only supports the most common formats, so date_format will convert the mysql substitutions to the closest available sqlite substitutions. This means date_format(field, '%b %D %Y') -> Jan 1st 2015 becomes strftime('%m %d %Y', field) -> 01 01 2015.

Installation

To install this library, run the command below and you will get the latest version:

composer require beberlei/DoctrineExtensions

If you want to run phpunit:

make test

If you want to run php-cs-fixer:

make fix  # (or make lint for a dry-run)

Usage

If you are using DoctrineExtensions with Symfony, you should read their documentation on How to Register custom DQL Functions.

You can find example Symfony configuration for using DoctrineExtensions custom DQL functions in config.

If you are using DoctrineExtensions standalone, you might want to fire up the autoloader:

<?php

$classLoader = new \Doctrine\Common\ClassLoader('DoctrineExtensions', '/path/to/extensions');
$classLoader->register();

For more information check out the documentation of Doctrine DQL User Defined Functions.