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Auth::user() always returns null

Hi, everyone. I implemented login functionality to check role of user. Here is postLogin() function....

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Multiple Joins from Two Tables

Hi, everyone. I need to implement the following list. No | Subject | Provider | Replier 1 | Subject1...

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Laravel Authentication

Hi, everyone. I am implementing a simple Laravel website. I need some urls protected from unauthoriz...

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Laravel Authorization Function

Hi, everyone. I am a beginner of Laravel and PHP. I do not know how the login and registration schem...

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Laravel authorization function

Hi, everyone. I am a beginner of Laravel and PHP and developing a simple Laravel website with user r...

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replied 6 years ago

[PROBLEM] asset() not point to public folder

Change /Illuminate/Foundation/helpers.php/asset() function as follows: function asset($path, $secure...

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replied 7 years ago

Passing Variables in a URL to a Laravel Route

I don't understand why you need to get values in route file. In my case, I get those kind of paramet...

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replied 7 years ago

Auth::user() always returns null

I changed the postLogin() and getLogin() functions to test what Auth::user() returns. postLogin() fu...

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replied 7 years ago

Auth::user() always returns null

Thanks for your reply. But the table has 'ID' field and Auth::attempt() succeeds to redirect to dash...

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replied 7 years ago

Multiple Joins from Two Tables

OK. I figured it out by myself. $subject_list = DB::table('subjects') ->join('users as provider',...

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