Hi, This isn't a bug, more a question I originally posted here: https://github.com/doctrine/DoctrineBundle/issues/297
I have the following entity hierarchy, MyProduct being a parent entity mapped through class table inheritance :
SyliusProduct # Mapped superclass containing the 'options' association mapping
– MyProduct # Mapped superclass that should override the association (Head of CTI)
---- MyProduct1 # Ultimate children (entities)
I can't change the mapping of SyliusProduct (it's part of a Symfony vendor).
When generating the schema, doctrine wants to generate sylius_product_options tables for each ultimate child, which throws a 'tables exists' exception.
Is there a way to either:
- map the association at ultimate child level by creating 4 different tables (and specify different table names)?
- map it at MyProduct level?
- Simply ignore the association?
I hope this is the right place and way to ask this question...