Describes all column's options.
Indicates if this column is an array. Can be simply set to true or array length can be specified. Supported only by postgres.
Generated column expression. Supports only in MySQL.
Defines a column character set. Not supported by all database types.
Defines a column collation.
Column comment. Not supported by all database types.
Default database value.
Array of possible enumerated values.
Generated column type. Supports only in MySQL.
Return type of HSTORE column. Returns value as string or as object.
Column type's length. Used only on some column types. For example type = "string" and length = "100" means that ORM will create a column with type varchar(100).
Column name in the database.
Indicates if column's value can be set to NULL.
ON UPDATE trigger. Works only for MySQL.
The precision for a decimal (exact numeric) column (applies only for decimal column), which is the maximum number of digits that are stored for the values.
Indicates if this column is a primary key. Same can be achieved when @PrimaryColumn decorator is used.
Indicates if column value is not updated by "save" operation. It means you'll be able to write this value only when you first time insert the object. Default value is "false".
The scale for a decimal (exact numeric) column (applies only for decimal column), which represents the number of digits to the right of the decimal point and must not be greater than precision.
Indicates if column is always selected by QueryBuilder and find operations. Default value is "true".
Specifies a value transformer that is to be used to (un)marshal this column when reading or writing to the database.
Column type. Must be one of the value from the ColumnTypes class.
Specifies if column's value must be unique or not.
Puts UNSIGNED attribute on to numeric column. Works only for MySQL.
Column type's display width. Used only on some column types in MySQL. For example, INT(4) specifies an INT with a display width of four digits.
Puts ZEROFILL attribute on to numeric column. Works only for MySQL. If you specify ZEROFILL for a numeric column, MySQL automatically adds the UNSIGNED attribute to this column
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