sajad torkamani

In a nutshell

Doctrine Query Language is a DSL that looks much like SQL but makes working with Doctrine-based entities easier.

  • It lets you use class names and field names instead of table names and column names.
  • It uses Doctrine metadata to save you some typing. For example, you don’t have to specify the ON clause of joins since these can be inferred from the metadata.


Tagged: Doctrine