Doctrine MongoDB 1.4.0

We are happy to announce the immediate availability of Doctrine MongoDB Abstraction Layer 1.4.0.

Passing context options to the driver

With this release it’s possible to pass driver options to the connection class, which will then be passed on to the MongoDB driver. For example, to pass a stream context with SSL context options, you could use the following code snippet:

$context = stream_context_create([
    'ssl' => [
        'allow_self_signed' => false,
    ]
]);
$connection = new \Doctrine\MongoDB\Connection(null, [], null, null, ['context' => $context]);

Passing multiple expressions to logical operators

The addAnd, addNor and addOr methods in the query and aggregation builders now take multiple expression objects. Instead of having to call the method repeatedly, you may call it once with multiple arguments:

// Before
$builder
    ->addAnd($someExpression)
    ->addAnd($otherExpression);

// After
$builder->addAnd($someExpression, $otherExpression);

Deprecations

The update and multiple methods in the query have been deprecated in favor of updateOne and updateMany. These deprecations help people using ODM prepare for the next version of ODM which will utilize the new MongoDB library API.

Bug fixes in this release

Notable fixes may be found in the changelog. A full list of issues and pull requests included in this release may be found in the 1.4.0 milestone.

PHP version support

With this release, we have dropped support for PHP 5.5. Users using PHP 5.5 or older are encouraged to upgrade to a newer PHP version. If you are using PHP 7.0 or 7.1, you can use this library by adding a polyfill for ext-mongo, like mongo-php-adapter.

Future releases

This release is the last planned minor release of the MongoDB Abstraction Layer, with only bugfixes being done in maintenance releases. The library will not be rewritten to support the new MongoDB driver. Users are encouraged to use the new MongoDB library. Doctrine MongoDB ODM will be adapted to support the new driver and the MongoDB library.

Installation

You can install the latest version using the following composer.json definitions:

{
    "require": {
        "doctrine/mongodb": "^1.4.0"
    }
}
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