marin246

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09 Jan
4 months ago

marin246 left a reply on PHP Timeout, Eloquent Relationship References Parent Model

I have encountered the same issue running 5.6.39.. haven't found a solution besides the workaround reloading the model ($yourModel->fresh())

22 Mar
1 year ago

marin246 left a reply on Queue Time Out Per Job

no one?

15 Mar
1 year ago

marin246 left a reply on Difference Between Queue:work And Queue:listen

-> rin4k: queue:work does indeed run indefinitely. it will also process new jobs you throw onto the queue

marin246 left a reply on Queue Time Out Per Job

Could you elaborate? Does --timeout=0 disable the timeout feature alltogether? If so, I don't want that..

marin246 started a new conversation Difference Between Queue:work And Queue:listen

What exactly are the differences between queue:work and queue:listen ? And why is queue:listen not mentioned in the documentation?

One difference I noticed is that queue:work will take a snapshot of your jobs at the moment you first run it. Changes in the code will not be considered until you stop and restart queue:work. On the other hand, queue:listen will take code changes into account after you first run it.

Thanks in advance for clarification!

marin246 left a reply on Queue Time Out Per Job

Hi, i know this is an old post, but i am having a similar issue.

In fact, all you need to do to set a CONSTANT timeout per job is to declare that variable public in your job class:

public $timeout = 300;

However, is there a way to make this variable dynamic?

E.g if you want to sync all your users to some server via an API, the job will take longer depending on how many users you have. As far as I can tell, defining a timeout method on the job does not work like so:

public function timeout() {
    return 2*User::count(); // 2 sconds per user
}

Is there any other (working) way? Thanks in advance!

21 Dec
1 year ago

marin246 left a reply on Laravel Cashier Invoice: A4 Format

Well, I don't know for sure. I haven't found anything in the docs and the referenced $configPath = base_path().'/vendor/dompdf/dompdf/dompdf_config.inc.php'file doesn't exist. (and I don't know how it could be used to change the paper format even if I created it.)

marin246 left a reply on Laravel Cashier Invoice: A4 Format

Yes, of course, that is an obvious solution, but is there a way to do it without changing the Cashier code?

marin246 started a new conversation Laravel Cashier Invoice: A4 Format

Hi, how can i change the paper format of an invoice generated by Cashier to A4?

I found the following relevant code in the Cashier package but I can't figure out, how I am supposed to do customizations with it:

/** * Capture the invoice as a PDF and return the raw bytes. * * @param array $data * @return string */ public function pdf(array $data) { if (! defined('DOMPDF_ENABLE_AUTOLOAD')) { define('DOMPDF_ENABLE_AUTOLOAD', false); }

    if (file_exists($configPath = base_path().'/vendor/dompdf/dompdf/dompdf_config.inc.php')) {
        require_once $configPath;
    }

    $dompdf = new Dompdf;

    $dompdf->loadHtml($this->view($data)->render());

    $dompdf->render();

    return $dompdf->output();
}

Thanks very much in advance for any help!! Simon