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posted 9 years ago
Eloquent
Last updated 1 year ago.
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Try date('n') instead - without leading zero.

Last updated 1 year ago.
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Thanks jarektkaczyk,

Still no joy, my record created_at is "created_at":"2014-04-02 12:22:17" and with:

$orders_this_month = Order::where( DB::raw('MONTH(created_at)', '=', date('n') ))->get();

I get no result...

Last updated 1 year ago.
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This will do the job

$orders_this_month = Order::where( DB::raw('MONTH(created_at)'), '=', date('n') )->get();
Last updated 1 year ago.
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Perfect - man I should have spotted that!

Last updated 1 year ago.
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I will have to do the same thing now, but I just realized that after a year, this will return the same month for both years in a row. That said, I think the best option is to user Year-Month.

Last updated 1 year ago.
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You could always use carbon.

To select within the current month

Order::where('created_at', '>=', Carbon::now()->startOfMonth())->get();

To select within the last month

Order::where('created_at', '>=', Carbon::now()->subMonth())->get();
Last updated 1 year ago.
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Thanks @iWader! Worked great :)

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