Jira issue originally created by user frederes:
I am unable to fire any of the "HasLifecycleCallbacks" when defined on a MappedSuperclass... (neither PreUpdate, PostUpdate,PrePersist, PostPersist and others)
I have even tried to put @ORM\HasLifecycleCallbacks on the child class with onPostRemove() on mapped => not working anymore
It only works when i put @ORM\HasLifecycleCallbacks and onPostRemove() both in child class "MyMappedTask"...
Is this a bug ..?
To reproduce :
use Doctrine\ORM\Mapping as ORM;
public function onPostRemove()
echo "here is never reached !";
class MyTask extends MyMappedTask
Comment created by @FabioBatSilva:
It failed for all events or just for @PostRemove ?
Could you try to add a failing test case ?
Comment created by frederes:
1) Thank you for the "code" tag, i didn't know to do ;)
2) Is fails with all the Annotations "Pre/Post*" ...
Did you try this test case ?
Could you try to change the attached test case and make it fails ?
Thank you for the test case, it is OK !
I found what the problem was :
I use Symfony2 and i have one bundle with the @MappedSuperclass entity and its callbacks (@HasLifecycleCallbacks), and another bundle with the child class (@Entity/@Table).
In that case, you must register the 2 bundles on the mappings (config.yml) otherwise it fails.
(I only registered the bundle which contains the child class but was not enough for Doctrine to understand...)
I don't know if it is a bug on Symfony2, not well documented in this case...
Thank you for all
Issue was closed with resolution "Invalid"