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Replied to Laravel 7, Get The Authenticate User Before The Controller Class Is Initialized

Hello,

That was in the old laravel posible because the Auth::user() was existing, in the new LV 7 the Auth::user in null in the __construct:

I can call a method in the __construct like: $this->middleware(function ($request, $next) { $this->user = \Auth::user(); $this->oldConstructSettings(); return $next($request); });

But I was wondering if there is a other way to have the Auth::user available

Regards

K

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Started a new Conversation Laravel 7, Get The Authenticate User Before The Controller Class Is Initialized

Hi All,

From the old 5.2 LV to LV 7, I came across a issue regarding the Auth user is not set before the construct of a class (Controller)

In the old framework the Controllers extends a baseController where in the __constructor the Auth user is checked and many view shared information is cached and set...

IN the new LV 7 I cant gt that to work.. so It here a other way like in the old days the before filter method?

I dont want to call in every 100+ controller methods a custom function with the same logic like in the old __constructor.

  • Before initialized check if the Auth User check(), If so then get the user information (many data)
  • Before initialized set all shared view vars
  • etc

Can someone help?

Regards

K

UPDATE:

Well I ended up doing this in the __construct:

$this->middleware(function ($request, $next) { $this->_oldConstructLogic (); return $next($request); });

And have a central method (baseController)

public function _oldConstructLogic() { // logic like \Auth::user() stuf and config settings etc... }