Juozas Kaziukenas has posted the second part of his series looking at the combination of the Zend Framework and Doctrine (part one is here). In the previous part he explained the technologies some. In this second part of the series he focuses more in getting Doctrine set up and working.
Today we start actual development with Doctrine and Zend Framework. Base of this post is my code which I have been using for quite a few projects and it worked really well.
He walks you through the steps to getting Doctrine set up - creating the database, downloading and unpacking the latest version of Doctrine, setting up your application.ini file and creating the models from the database. Add in a sample query and things should be working perfectly.