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DoctrineModule for Zend Framework

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DoctrineModule provides basic functionality consumed by DoctrineORMModule (if you want to use Doctrine ORM) and DoctrineMongoODMModule (if you want to use MongoDB ODM)


Please check the docs dir for more detailed documentation on the features provided by this module.


Installation of DoctrineModule uses composer. For composer documentation, please refer to

composer require doctrine/doctrine-module

Then add DoctrineModule to your config/application.config.php

Installation without composer is not officially supported, and requires you to install and autoload the dependencies specified in the composer.json.

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