Affects Version/s: 1.2.1
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:ubuntu/apache/postgres/php (LAP2/LAPP) Symfony 1.4.4 unmodified (orignal doctrine)
After database is introspected, yaml file worked on for minor tweeks, and normal development cycle of drop database/rebuild database & sql, regular sql scrips and build in fuctions expecting the sequenced primary key columns to automatically create their own id from the sequence is broken. Found that in no case does this version of Doctrine put into the YML file
for the default value of the autoincrementing columns. Doing so should not affect any operation of the Doctrine library, as Doctrine gets the value independently by that exact call, and inserts that value into the column during inserts.
BUT, *NOT* having that as the default value BREAKS any SQL scripts or quick and dirty tasks via PGADMIN3 or any stored procedures expecting the column to assign itself the default value.
Summary, it won't hurt doctrine's operation
but it'll help non doctrine operations.
Seems like it should be done.