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Updated_at timestamp !?
  • Hi there,

    I have a model like this :
    class Model_Campaign extends \Orm\Model
        protected static $_properties = array(
        protected static $_observers = array(
            'Orm\Observer_CreatedAt' => array(
                'events' => array('before_insert'),
                'mysql_timestamp' => false,

            'Orm\Observer_UpdatedAt' => array(
                'events' => array('before_save'),
                'mysql_timestamp' => false,

    I set the 'mysql_timestamp' => TO TRUE, in the database I will
    receive in the updated_at column "2012". Only if I let the value settled
    to false, it inserts the correct timestamp value! 

    Why ? Because in the documentation I found :

    static $_observers = array(
    'Orm\\Observer_UpdatedAt' => array(
    'events' => array('before_save'),
    'mysql_timestamp' => true,
    'property' => 'updated',

    So it should be settled to true or false ... ?

  • HarroHarro
    Accepted Answer
    If 'true' the field should be defined as a MySQL datetime column, if 'false' it should be defined as INT(11). So the value this field should have depends on the type of column you have defined.
  • Ok, I understand now. It's defined int(11), so must be false.

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