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Started a new Conversation UpdateOrCreate Does Not Match Carbon Date
I am using
Laravel Framework 6.16.0 and I am creating from a string a date object so that I can input it in my db:
$transaction_date = Carbon::createFromFormat('Y-m-d', $tradeDate); $filling_Date = Carbon::createFromFormat('Y-m-d H:i:s', $fillingDate, 'UTC'); $product = Product::updateOrCreate( [ 'price' => trim($price), 'qty' => $qty, 'companies_id' => $company->id, 'persons_id' => $person->id, 'amount_range' => $owned, 'filling_date' => $filling_Date, 'transaction_date' => $transaction_date, ],  );
When running the above query my product does not get found as
$transaction_date are not matched in the database, even if my product already exists.
I am guessing, the reason is that I am creating a "new" Carbon object.
Any suggestions how to match the
transaction_date in the database?
I appreciate your replies!
Started a new Conversation Copy Vendor Folder Via Ftp
I have created a
laravel 7 application and copied the folder via
ftp to the shared host for testing.
After configuring all database details, I try to open my application, however I get:
Warning: require(/usr/www/users/test_project/vendor/composer/../infyomlabs/laravel-generator/src/helpers.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/www/users/test_project/vendor/composer/autoload_real.php on line 69 Fatal error: require(): Failed opening required '/usr/www/users/test_project/vendor/composer/../infyomlabs/laravel-generator/src/helpers.php' (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php/') in /usr/www/users/test_project/vendor/composer/autoload_real.php on line 69
I was guessing that there might be a problem with my
composer.lock file. However, I do not yet have ssh access to my shared hosting.
Any suggestions what I am doing wrong?
Started a new Conversation Run Your Own Commands On Shared Hosting
I am currently deploying a
laravel 6 app on a hetzner shared hosting account.
I pointed my subdomain to my fresh
/laravel_project/public directory. Furthermore, I configured my db with the
However, my commands do not run yet, even though I scheduled them for certain time intervals!
Which file do I have to run in the cron-job manager so that my commands are going to run on time?
How would you do that?
I appreciate your replies!
Started a new Conversation Read Rows/columns From Google Sheet Link
I am using laravel 6 and want to read the rows/columns from a google sheet link that a user can provide via my frontend.
I only found the following library:
However, this needs a google_api_key. Is there an easier way to read from a spreadsheet? F.ex. By simply using link sharing.
Thx in advance for your reply!