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Replied to SQL/Eloquent How To Add A Day To A Date Column

Is that really the only way, is there no way to use an alias for it? Or escape the word somehow?

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Replied to SQL/Eloquent How To Add A Day To A Date Column

I'm getting this error:

[ERROR] SQLSTATE[42000]: Syntax error or access violation: 1064 You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'from, INTERVAL 1 DAY) <= NOW() and `to` >= ?' at line 1 (SQL: select * from `stock_booking` where DATE_ADD(from, INTERVAL 1 DAY) <= NOW() and `to` >= 2021-02-02)
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Replied to SQL/Eloquent How To Add A Day To A Date Column

Yeah I don't think it likes 'from'. Is that a reserved word? If so how would I get around it?

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Started a new Conversation SQL/Eloquent How To Add A Day To A Date Column

I have the following command which searches the 'from' column and returns rows which the 'from' column is before today and 'to' is after today:

$on_hire = StockBooking::where('from','<=',Carbon::now())->where('to','>=',Carbon::now()->format('Y-m-d'))->get();

This is all working ok, but it's changed so that I need to use the 'from' column plus one day instead of just 'from'. I have the below raw sql statement but this doesn't seem to return any rows:

 $on_hire = DB::table('stock_booking')
            ->where(DB::raw('DATE_ADD(from, INTERVAL 1 DAY)'), '<=', Carbon::now())
            ->where('to','>=',Carbon::now()
            ->format('Y-m-d'))
            ->get();

Could you possibly tell me where I've gone wrong please?

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04
4 months ago
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Started a new Conversation GroupBy And Count

I have 2 tables (users and healthcareProfessionals). 'Users' has a patientcode column and 'healthcareProfessionals' has a code column. I have a table cycling through healthcareProfessionals to show the name and code for each professional but I need to show a count of how many times a healthcareProfessionals code shows in the users table.

here is how Im grabbing the professional's data

$allHealthcareProfessionals = Professional::all();
        $users = User::all()->groupBy('patientcode');
        return view('admin.healthcare.index', compact('allHealthcareProfessionals','users'));

I have the patient codes grouped but I couldn't work out how to loop through it to get the count to place in this table:

@foreach ($allHealthcareProfessionals as $professional)
                <tr>
                    <td>{{ $professional->name }}</td>
                    <td>{{ $professional->code }}</td>
                    <td>{{ count goes here  }}</td>                    
                </tr>
@endforeach

How would I show the count given the 2 table connections please?