To execute a stored procedure in Laravel, you can use the
DB facade and call the
Here is an example of how to execute a stored procedure named
get_users that returns a set of users:
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use IlluminateSupportFacadesDB; $users = DB::select('CALL get_users()');
In this example, the
DB::select method is used to execute the stored procedure. The stored procedure is called by using the
CALL statement followed by the name of the stored procedure.
If the stored procedure requires parameters, you can pass them as an array in the second argument of the
$users = DB::select('CALL get_users(?, ?)', [$param1, $param2]);
$param2 with the actual parameter values.
Note that the above examples assume you have correctly set up your database connection in the Laravel configuration file (
config/database.php). If you haven't, you need to configure your database connection first.