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rbruhn

rbruhn

Joined 16 Apr 2014

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6 years ago

Dependency injection with Job Laravel 5.1

I have a simply Project repo with a Project interface. I use this in my controllers just fine. Howev...

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Queue processing problem using Beanstalkd: Sometimes jobs don't run

Laravel 4, Beantalkd, Supervisor, and Beanstalk Console These are the columns in the console for obs...

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Queue push creates two jobs when redirecting

I have a simple set up using beanstalkd and a test controller to push jobs to a queue. The problem i...

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Laravel - MongoDb get count of related_ids

I'm using the Laravel-MongoDb package with a many to many relationship between "expeditions&quo...

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One to One relationship using conditions Eloquent/Mongodb

I'm using Laravel-Mongodb with a parent Subjects table (MySql) having a one to one relationship with...

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6 years ago

Dependency injection with Job Laravel 5.1

Well, figured out that injection can't be used in the methods of a job. If used in the construct or...

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7 years ago

Queue push creates two jobs when redirecting

@beaverusiv - Before trying your suggestion I renamed the route from "test" to "examp...

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7 years ago

Cleaning up controller and views

Thanks for the replies. @jgetner - What do you mean by build methods? Perhaps pass the actors to a m...

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7 years ago

Most efficient way to get count of related tables

@Firtzberg - Thanks for the reply. I actually found the solution here: http://laravel.io/forum/05-03...

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7 years ago

Dynamic class and dependency injection question: Argument 1 passed... blah blah

Was able to figure it out. In the Manager class, I called: $workflow= App::make($class); I did not...

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