[MODM-129] Storing embeded documents containing embeded documents, already persistet in another collection fails Created: 25/Feb/11  Updated: 25/Feb/11

Status: Open
Project: Doctrine MongoDB ODM
Component/s: None
Affects Version/s: 1.0.0BETA3
Fix Version/s: None

Type: Bug Priority: Major
Reporter: Kolja Treutlein Assignee: Jonathan H. Wage
Resolution: Unresolved Votes: 0
Labels: None

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 Description   

We persist a document a1 containing an embedded document a1.1 which itself contains another embedded document a1.1.1. When the embedded document a1.1 is moved to another document of another collection b1 and needs to get persisted as embedded document b1.1 the embedded document a1.1.1 (which is now part of b1.1, too) is not saved as an embedded document of b1.1.

Example: We use a version object which contains a pageversion as an embedded document. This page object contains multiple elements (stored as embedded documents) which themselves contain several parameter objects (stored as embedded document of elements). Now assume we have such a persisted version and want to "copy" the pageversion in another collection. So we generate a new page object, and add to this page all elements of the persisted pageversion. If we now persist this page, the representation in mongodb contains all elements but not any parameters, which should be part of the page as well (as they are part of an element).



 Comments   
Comment by Kolja Treutlein [ 25/Feb/11 ]

Testcase

Comment by Jonathan H. Wage [ 25/Feb/11 ]

Try cloning the embedded document when you move it. The reason why you have issues most likely is because internally inside Doctrine we keep track of each embedded document instance and what parent document it is attached to. So when you move it, Doctrine gets confused. You need to move it by cloning so the embedded document is actually a new object instance to Doctrine.

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