Pepijnhockers

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Jun
30
2 weeks ago
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Started a new Conversation Required_if Or Exclude_if With Integer As Value

I would like to add a validation rule to my project. Here is the situation:

I have created a form where the user either can choose between an existing customer from the existing database or directly create a new customer with the form.

In the validation, I would like to check if the user has chosen an existing customer or has filled in the form.

When the user has chosen a customer then the other attributes/validation rules need to be excluded from the validation.

So my question is it possible to use the exclude_if:anotherfield,value for an integer.


        return [
            'customer'                      => ['nullable', 'integer', ],    

            // Customer model specific attributes
            'initials'                      => ['exclude_if:customer, ', 'nullable', 'string', 'max:255'],
            'first_name'                    => ['required', 'string', 'max:255'],
            'last_name'                     => ['required', 'string', 'max:255'],
            'email'                         => ['required', 'string', 'email', 'max:255', 'unique:customers,email'],
            'gender'                        => ['required', 'boolean'],
            'phone_number'                  => ['nullable', 'string', 'max:255'],
            'birthday'                      => ['required', 'date'],
            'citizen_service_number'        => ['required', 'min:9', 'max:9', 'unique:customers,citizen_service_number'],
]

May
22
1 month ago
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Replied to Data Truncated - $faker->randomElements

First of all, I would not recommend using the Enum data type in a database. I would recommend using const array in your model or a file in your app.config folder.

Your code is failing because you are trying to insert an array into a data type that is expecting a string value. Just like your error message is explaining: Array to string conversion error.

Try inserting one of the specified values as a string: php, javascript, vue

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Replied to Not Compiling Changes In Vue.js Files.

@ali2535 Try F5 in your browser to refresh your cache.

And does your webpack.mix.js output the right .js file in your public folder? If the file is changed then your is updated and you should see the changes in your application.

Open your .js file in your browser with F12 -> sources -> .js file. You can put a breakpoint in your code for testing purposes.

Mar
25
3 months ago
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Replied to Factory With Relation Created Once!

@shez1983 Ofcourse, that's so obvious! Thank you very much.

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Started a new Conversation Factory With Relation Created Once!

I would like to test my service. However, I need to create a User instance [Model] and the Address instance [Model] which is a morphOne relation of User. I want to create a User instance with the relation but only one time! Does anyone know how to create a model with relation only once with the factory.

$user = factory(User::class, 1)
                ->create()
                ->each(function ($user) {
                    $address = factory(Address::class)->create();
                    $address->addressable()->associate($user);
                });

Im currently using this code. But this returns an array of users. And I just want one instance.