We are happy to announce the immediate availability of Doctrine MongoDB
MongoDB ODM 1.1.7
Notable fixes may be found in the
A full list of issues and pull requests included in this release may be
found in the 1.1.7
What is new in 1.2.0?
Doctrine MongoDB ODM 1.2.0 introduces the following new features:
readOnly mapping option allows you to map immutable documents.
slaveOkay being deprecated, you can now specify a
readPreference for your documents. This
automatically be applied to all queries for those mapped documents.
dbRef only offering limited support in aggregation pipeline
queries, there's a new reference storage strategy called
stores references as objects (without "\$"-prefixed field names),
allowing you to use it with discriminators and aggregation pipeline
- When mapping inverse references, you may now specify fields that
will be primed when the reference is resolved. This saves you from
writing a dedicated repository method for the sole purpose of
odm:schema:validate command validates the document mapping to
help you spot mistakes.
- A new builder for aggregation pipeline queries, including support
for marshalling results into read-only documents.
- Query result documents that can be used to hydrate results from an
aggregation pipeline query. These documents cannot be written back
to the database.
Upgrading to 1.2.0
The new version requires PHP 5.6. Running on PHP 7+ requires the use of
a polyfill for the legacy driver, e.g.
running on PHP 5.6, MongoDB ODM requires version 1.6.7 or newer of the
legacy MongoDB driver.
Several features have been deprecated in this release and will be
dropped in the 2.0 release. To see this, please view the UPGRADE
You can install the new version of MongoDB ODM by using Composer and the
Stability and upcoming releases
As of today, Doctrine MongoDB ODM
1.2.0 is the stable distribution.
There is no release schedule for an upcoming version yet.
1.1.7 is the last release of the
1.1.x development line and will no
longer receive bug fixes. Instead, we will focus on developing MongoDB
ODM 2.0 with native support for the new MongoDB driver. This release
will require at least PHP 7.1 and contain several BC breaking changes.
To ease the migration process, we will release a
1.3.0 which will be
backwards compatible to the
1.2.x line and only deprecate features to
be removed in 2.0. The
1.x line of MongoDB ODM will not receive any