How to run more than just one query in laravel?

by darrion.kuhn , in category: PHP Frameworks , 18 days ago

How to run more than just one query in laravel?

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by orpha , 17 days ago

@darrion.kuhn 

To run multiple queries in Laravel, you can use the DB facade to execute raw SQL queries or use Eloquent to build and execute queries.


Here's an example of running multiple queries using the DB facade:

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use IlluminateSupportFacadesDB;

// Run multiple queries
DB::select('SELECT * FROM table1');
DB::select('SELECT * FROM table2');


If you want to use Eloquent to run multiple queries, you can create multiple Eloquent models and use them to interact with the database:

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use AppModelsModel1;
use AppModelsModel2;

// Run multiple queries using Eloquent
$model1Data = Model1::all();
$model2Data = Model2::where('column', 'value')->get();


You can also use relationships in Eloquent to run multiple queries efficiently:

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use AppModelsModel1;

// Run multiple queries using Eloquent relationships
$model1Data = Model1::with('relatedModel')->get();


These are some ways to run multiple queries in Laravel. Choose the approach that best suits your needs based on the complexity of your queries and the structure of your application.