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Replied to WhereHas Count Based On Column

Yes it is, thanks. But I am wondering if this syntax even works at all. I think not.

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So the idea is this: I have products, for which I have available keys. I want to filter only the orders which have products with enough available keys in them.

The structure is the following: Order -> OrderProduct -> Product -> Keys (The keys have order_product_id which is null if it is available.)

I tried the following:

if ($request->filled('availability')) {
    // OrderProduct
    $query->whereHas('products', function ($query) use ($request) {
        // Product
        $query->whereHas('product', function ($query) use ($request) {
            if ($request->availability === 'has_available' || $request->availability === 'true') {
		// This checks for at least one product that has available keys (called imeis in my DB)
                $query->whereHas('imei', function($query) {
                    $query->whereNull('basket_product_id');
                })->where(function($query) {
		   // This is just a small detail, it doesn't affect what I am trying to do and it seems to work fine
                    $query->whereHas('categories', function($query) {
                        $query->where('shop_categories.id', '!=', 1);
                    })->orDoesntHave('categories');
                });
            }
        });
    });
}
                        	

BUT whereHas returns all orders with at least one available key.

I want only the orders that have enough available keys for all the products in them.

Also I dont just need 1 available key for each product, I need available keys count based on the product quantity, which is saved in a quantity column in the OrderProduct model.

So if the order product has quantity of 3 I need at least 3 available keys for this product.

So I tried this:

if ($request->filled('availability')) {
    $query->whereHas('products', function ($query) use ($request) {
        $query->whereHas('product', function ($query) use ($request) {
            if ($request->availability === 'has_available' || $request->availability === 'true') {
                $query->whereHas('imei', function($query) {
                    $query->whereNull('basket_product_id');
                }, '>=', 'shop_bakset_products.quantity')->where(function($query) {
                    $query->whereHas('categories', function($query) {
                        $query->where('shop_categories.id', '!=', 1);
                    })->orDoesntHave('categories');
                });
            }
        });
    });
}

From what I debugged, I don't think it works.

If I can get the value of the column and use is in the whereHas I think it will solve both problems - getting the right count of imeis + getting the right count of products which have them.