Jira issue originally created by user chriswest:
The following SQL deleration functions are missing / incomplete within all Platform classes:
public function getDateTypeDeclarationSql(array $fieldDeclaration)
public function getTimeTypeDeclarationSql(array $fieldDeclaration)
This leads to fatal errors when using time column definitions with e.g. a mysql backend:
PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined method Doctrine\DBAL\Platforms\MySqlPlatform::getTimeTypeDeclarationSql() .../doctrine/lib/Doctrine/DBAL/Types/TimeType.php
Patch attached (I've used the oracle and mssql declarations from doctrine 1.x, "DATE' was used for both oracle 'date' and 'time'c olumns...).
Also, the function getTimeTypeDeclarationSql() was completely missing in AbstractPlatform.
Comment created by romanb:
Is this a patch against HEAD? I'm asking because at least getDateTypeDeclarationSql seems to be present and functional in the latest code. getTimeTypeDeclarationSql seems to be missing indeed. Sorry for that. Will be scheduled for the soon to come alpha3 release.
Comment created by chriswest:
Sorry, maybe I had to be more precise:
both are missing for oracle and mssql
(that's what I've included in the patch)
Anyway: No need for you to be sorry :) You're doing an awesome job with doctrine and I appreciate it a lot.
Comment created by @beberlei:
Applied and fixed, thanks for the patch.
Issue was closed with resolution "Fixed"
Imported 1 attachments from Jira into https://gist.github.com/1e60f0e02912be9090a1