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Raw SQL from Doctrine Query Object - Revised

A few months ago I posted an article taking about how to get the raw SQL from a Doctrine Query Object but with the release of Symfony 1.3 and Symfony 1.4 it would appear that the code no longer works.  As a result I've updated the code to work with Symfony 1.2 - 1.4 and you can find the updated source below:-

function get_raw_sql($query) {
    if(!($query instanceof Doctrine_Query)) {
        throw new sfException('Not an instanse of a Doctrine Query');
    }
 
    $query->limit(0);
    
    if(is_callable(array($query, 'buildSqlQuery'))) {
        $queryString = $query->buildSqlQuery();
        $query_params = $query->getParams();
        $params = $query_params['where'];
    } else {
        $queryString = $query->getSql();
        $params = $query->getParams();
    }
 
    $queryStringParts = split('\?', $queryString);
    $iQC = 0;
 
    $queryString = "";
    
    foreach($params as $param) {
        if(is_numeric($param)) {
            $queryString .= $queryStringParts[$iQC] . $param;
        } elseif(is_bool($param)) {
            $queryString .= $queryStringParts[$iQC] . $param*1;
        } else {
            $queryString .= $queryStringParts[$iQC] . '\'' . $param . '\'';
        }
 
        $iQC++;
   }
   for($iQC;$iQC < count($queryStringParts);$iQC++) {
       $queryString .= $queryStringParts[$iQC];
   }
 
    echo $queryString;
}

I hope that it proves useful.

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I am a web developer specialising in web driven applications using PHP, MySQL, Symfony and Zend and I am currently working for the The Drum in Glasgow, Scotland.

Most days I can be found frantically coding away with EuroDance in my ears and consuming what I hope to be a never ending supply of coffee... happy days!

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