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Replied to CSRF TOKEN Mismatch Exception Laravel 5.8?

Have you add this line inside your form tags?

input type="hidden" name="_token" id="token" value="{{ csrf_token() }}"

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05
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Awarded Best Reply on Access Denied For User And Error Exception For Lravel 5 Site In Hostgator Shared Hosting

Still i'm having this issue.So please please can someone help me on this?

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Replied to Inject Another Controller In Blade View

The way you have done is incorrect.

First, what are main.blade and index.blade views?

Because in getBalance function you return index.blade view

But you inject getBalance in main.blade view.

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Replied to How To Access Array Inside An Object?

@ziaakbari

Can you try a print_r() or var_dump to see the results for $job->shipper->addresses->src_des ?

If that's also not showing anything, try json_encode() and json_decode() ?

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Replied to Passport 9 Installing With Laravel 7 Without Using Composer Install/update Commands(manually Add Package)

I think the only left solution is to try on an unrestricted computer and see what are the configurations for a working scenario.

Then I'll try to re-code them into my office computer and will try.

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Replied to Passport 9 Installing With Laravel 7 Without Using Composer Install/update Commands(manually Add Package)

Ok :) I added the content to composer.lock file.

Then I did a composer dump-autoload too.

But my concern is why it's not listing the passport package under discovered list.

I did this command as well as a try -

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Laravel\Passport\PassportServiceProvider"

But still it gives the same error

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Replied to Passport 9 Installing With Laravel 7 Without Using Composer Install/update Commands(manually Add Package)

You might need to add it to composer.lock as well (Manually)

Ohh ok. I can see it has a package list array. How should I add there?

It seems I can copy content from passport composer.json file which locates inside the passport vendor folder.

Can I?

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Replied to Passport 9 Installing With Laravel 7 Without Using Composer Install/update Commands(manually Add Package)

I can follow step 1 and 2, but cannot do step 3 since I'm using my office computer which doesn't allow to add outside files/folders.

That's the issue that I'm facing. The firewall thing also related to office firewall which controlls by the office.

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Replied to Passport 9 Installing With Laravel 7 Without Using Composer Install/update Commands(manually Add Package)

Yes I did.

It lists the discovered packages. But it doesn't show laravel/passport as a discovered package in the list.

It shows other 2 packages which are inside the same laravel folder.

laravel/ui laravel/tinker

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Replied to Passport 9 Installing With Laravel 7 Without Using Composer Install/update Commands(manually Add Package)

A good question :) But unfortunately that's out of control from me. So I have to install the passport like this way.

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Started a new Conversation Passport 9 Installing With Laravel 7 Without Using Composer Install/update Commands(manually Add Package)

I need to install Passport 9.0 with Laravel 7 without using composer since my firewall blocks composer install/update.

I downloaded passport package from Github and added passport vendor package inside vendor/laravel/passport.

Then I added Laravel\Passport\PassportServiceProvider::class to app.php file into 'providers' array.

After that I added "laravel/passport": "9.*" to composer.json file

I followed laravel guide for passport installation.

Therefore, then I did php artisan migrate step. This created tables in my database.

Then I did next step - php artisan passport:install

This gives There are no commands defined in the "passport" namespace.

And I got this error too - Class 'Laravel\Passport\PassportServiceProvider' not found

I cannot find a proper solution for this on this forum and on other forums too. Because this is specifically to install passport without using "composer require laravel/passport" command.

Hope someone can help me.