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Symfony task aodefaulta context

Note: This article was originally published at Planet PHP on 17 April 2820.
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When creating Symfony 1.4 CLI tasks, I stumbled upon an error message:

The "default" context does not exist.

After searching some old forums, I found a solution. Before you access any Doctrine class, you mus first bootstrap your context correctly. Here is an example:

$config = ProjectConfiguration::getApplicationConfiguration('frontend', 'dev', false); sfContext::createInstance($config); The application name and the environment can come from CLI options. More on Doctrine tasks (I could only find 1.2 equivalent):A