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Replied to Testing CONCAT Queries With SQLite
Did you ever come across a solution to this? I've tried setting the mysql driver to use
PIPES_AS_CONCAT so that MySQL and SQLite can both use the same syntax
'mysql' => [ 'driver' => 'mysql', ... 'modes' => [ 'PIPES_AS_CONCAT', ] ],
I've then got the following query;
DB::update( 'UPDATE table SET text_box = text_box || :content) WHERE id IN(' . implode(',', $ids) . ')' , compact('content') );
However this when running tests with SQLite nulls the data if I try and use the column name (anything other than that using
|| does work e.g.
"test concat " || :content
Then under the MySQL prod database it fails with a syntax error. Very frustrating...
Replied to Blade Component Issue, Laravel 7
I just had a similar issue. I had 2 components very similar and both used a default value set in the component class like yours with
$rows = 4 for instance.
The first component was fine, but the second said
$rows was undefined. I re-created the component under a different name, and the code worked fine after.