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Hello! How does this feature work? In my understanding, cron every minute performs the schedule function of the kernel class. If it is obviously clear with job here that the more handlers we have are running, the more we can simultaneously perform tasks out of turn. And how does our server work if we run $ schedule-> command ('some command')? Will cron proceed to the execution of the following lines of code - until it completes the code that is written in command? In my understanding, there is no, the code below will wait until the code that is written in command is executed. Right?
When the script ends or when a connection is about to be closed, if you have an outstanding transaction, PDO will automatically roll it back. This is a safety measure to help avoid inconsistency in the cases where the script terminates unexpectedly--if you didn't explicitly commit the transaction, then it is assumed that something went awry, so the rollback is performed for the safety of your data.
@PRIMORDIAL - Why? If the changes are not applicable, the commit () is not called. Or does the behavior still depend on the isolation level? What level if you just start a transaction? The "weakest" ? DB: MySQL
So far, the only thought has come to rename the method to the same for different models. But can there be an implementation for such cases in laravel?
I develop API resources, and me need realize "eager loading" for my relation. Example, in controller i write: $characters_items = $this->character->with([ 'backpack.characterItem.subject.sword.characteristic', 'backpack.characterItem.subject.scroll.characteristics, ])->first(); return new SomeResource($characters_items);
But this will not work as in one of the cases it will refer to the connection from the model that we have polymorphic, for example, it will try to get the subject.scrolls. Error: "Call to undefined relationship [scroll] on model [App\Models\EquipmentSword]."
How can I load all the necessary links including my polymorphic models? Sorry for my english. Help please, I will be very grateful.