How to manually catch error exception in laravel?

by filiberto , in category: PHP Frameworks , a month ago

How to manually catch error exception in laravel?

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by raven_corwin , a month ago

@filiberto 

In Laravel, you can manually catch exceptions by using the try-catch block in your code. Here's an example of how to manually catch an exception in Laravel:

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use IlluminateDatabaseQueryException;

try {
    // Your code that might throw an exception
    $results = DB::table('users')->get();
} catch (QueryException $e) {
    // Handle the exception here
    Log::error($e->getMessage());
    return response()->json(['error' => 'An error occurred'], 500);
}


In this example, we are trying to fetch data from the users table using the DB facade. If a QueryException is thrown, it will be caught in the catch block and we can log the error message and return a response with an error message.


You can replace the QueryException with any other type of exception that you want to catch and handle. It's important to handle exceptions properly in your code to prevent unexpected errors and provide users with meaningful error messages.