SymfonyInsight uses a dynamic analysis engine to boot applications in order to find bugs and errors impossible to find by a simple static analysis. That's why, when your application is not bootable, SymfonyInsight triggers a code quality violation and disables some analysis rules.
In normal circumstances this error is rarely seen in the analyses performed by our users, but a recent change introduced by the 2.5 version of the DBAL project is breaking lots of projects on SymfonyInsight.
Basically, when calling the
getDatabasePlatform() method in DBAL 2.5, that
call needs to establish a connection in order to evaluate the appropriate
database platform class if
Doctrine\DBAL\Connection is not already connected.
The workaround is to explicitly configure the database server version used by
Doctrine. In Symfony applications, this is as easy as declaring the
parameter of Doctrine DBAL in the
app/config/config.yml file. The
value of this parameter must be the version number of your database server.
For example, if you use MySQL, execute
mysql -V to get the version and
configure it as follows:
# app/config.yml doctrine: dbal: server_version: 5.6
In addition to making your application bootable again for SymfonyInsight, this new parameter will save your application one database call/connection on production environment.comments powered by Disqus