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Started a new Conversation Call To A Member Function Instance() On Array When Model->save()
I'm currently having trouble saving Laravel models. I get this kind of error, and I have no idea where to start looking for a fix:
#0 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/vendor/illuminate/support/Facades/Date.php(115): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::swap(Object(Illuminate\Support\DateFactory)) #1 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/vendor/illuminate/support/Facades/Facade.php(166): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Date::resolveFacadeInstance('date') #2 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/vendor/illuminate/support/Facades/Facade.php(255): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::getFacadeRoot() #3 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/vendor/illuminate/database/Eloquent/Concerns/HasTimestamps.php(87): Illuminate\Support\Facades\Facade::__callStatic('now', Array) #4 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/vendor/illuminate/database/Eloquent/Concerns/HasTimestamps.php(39): Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model->freshTimestamp() #5 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/vendor/illuminate/database/Eloquent/Model.php(737): Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model->updateTimestamps() #6 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/vendor/illuminate/database/Eloquent/Model.php(661): Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model->performUpdate(Object(Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Builder)) #7 /var/www/mijn.proactive.nl/ProActive/Api/Bunq/User.php(641): Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model->save()
Any help would be appreciated
Thanks for your reply! I'm getting an error: "Unknown column sum in where clause"
Do you know what could cause that?
Started a new Conversation How To Find Invoices Where The Sum Of Its Payments Are Less Than The Invoice Amount
I have an
Invoice model which has an
Invoice has related
$invoice->payments), which each also have amounts.
I want to run a query to show the
Invoices that are not yet fully paid off.
I would like to do this in a single query, because I have thousands of invoices, with possibly tens of payments each.
I know I can get the sum for each
But I don't know how I can tie this into a global query:
$openInvoices = Invoice::where('amount' < ...); ``` Is this possible with an eloquent query?
Ok, thanks! That was my suspicion. Do you know where I can read up more about how eloquent works?
Started a new Conversation Memory Exhausted When $channel->comments But Not For Comment::where('channel_id), $channel->id)->get()
I have a query where I want to get a subset of all comments in a discussion channel.
$channel->comments ->where('type', 3);
But I am running into a memory exhausted error. When I swap out this query for:
Comment::where('channel_id', $channel->id) ->where('type', 3) ->get();
This works without exhausting the memory. What is the reason for this? And where can I read up more about the inner workings of eloquent?
Thanks in advance!