Add the timestamp type for Doctrine/DBAL

v1.1.0 2023-02-03 19:40 UTC

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Since Doctrine/DBAL does not support the MySQL Timestamp type, you might want to add it on your own using this package.

Why using this?

According to this issue, Doctrine/DBAL does not support MySQL-specific database types like this one. Therefor we must add it ourself.


composer require marktopper/doctrine-dbal-timestamp-type

Then add the type to Doctrine\DBAL:

\Doctrine\DBAL\Types\Type::addType('timestamp', 'MarkTopper\DoctrineDBALTimestampType\TimestampType');

Laravel 5

You can use the Laravel Provider to ensure that the type is added to Doctrine\DBAL by adding the following to providers: