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    How to regenerate entity in symfony-6 using CLI

    In this blog, we will discuss how to regenerate entity in symfony-6 using CLI. If you have already maked an entity and you want to add a new field and use the setter and the getter method, in this solution no need to write the setter and the getter method yourself, you can generate the setter and the getter method using CLI.

    Symfony provides all the tools you need to use databases in your applications thanks to Doctrine, the best set of PHP libraries to work with databases. These tools support relational databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL and also NoSQL databases like MongoDB.

    Symfony provides all the tools you need to use databases in your applications thanks to Doctrine, the best set of PHP libraries to work with databases. These tools support relational databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL and also NoSQL databases like MongoDB.

    you need to follow below few steps-

    Step -1: if you have not to install MakerBundle, you will need to install Symfony MakerBundle. use given below composer command and install. https://symfony.com/bundles/SymfonyMakerBundle/current/index.html

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    First, install Doctrine support via the orm Symfony pack, as well as the MakerBundle, which will help generate some code.

    composer require --dev symfony/maker-bundle

    Step-2: if you have not registered the maker bundle then go to the project root directory “config/bundles.php” and register MakerBundle

    Symfony\Bundle\MakerBundle\MakerBundle::class => ['dev' => true, 'test' => true, 'prod' => true]

    Step-3: Suppose you’re building an application where the Users need to be displayed. Without even thinking about Doctrine or databases, you have already created the User.php entity for using user info. Now open your existing entity class (e.g. Acme/Bundle/NotifyConnectorBundle/Entity/User.php). Define variables your need in a table column. https://symfony.com/doc/current/doctrine.html

    <?php
    namespace Acme\Bundle\NotifyConnectorBundle\Entity;
    use Doctrine\Common\Collections\Collection;use Doctrine\Orm\Mapping as ORM;
    class User
    {
           /* * @var string    */    
           protected $designation;
           /* * @var string    */
          protected $department;
    }

    Step-4: After defining the variable then Run the given below command. like (php bin/console make:entity –regenerate “namespace of entity class”)

    php bin/console make:entity --regenerate "Acme\Bundle\NotifyConnectorBundle\Entity\User"
    php bin/console ca:cl --env=prod;

    if you want to check that what has generate MY-SQL query then run this command

    php bin/console d:s:update --dump-sql;

    this command update database schema in your database

    php bin/console d:s:update --force;

    After executing the command, now depending on what your defined variable will has been generated the setter and the getter method.

    table-entity

    Thank you!

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