#### Category : many-to-many

IlluminateDatabaseQueryException with message ‘SQLSTATE[42S02]: Base table or view not found: 1146 Table ‘db_testmasjid.jamaah_model_kajian_model’ doesn’t exist (SQL: select kajian.*, jamaah_model_kajian_model.jamaah_model_id as pivot_jamaah_model_id, jamaah_model_kajian_model.kajian_model_id as pivot_kajian_model_id from kajian inner join jamaah_model_kajian_model on kajian.id = jamaah_model_kajian_model.kajian_model_id where jamaah_model_kajian_model.jamaah_model_id = 4)’ Sourc..

Trying this for hours now and I don’t see the error. I have a model ‘User’ and a model ‘Round’. I want to define a n:m-relation with a model ‘Flight’ as pivot model. User.php <?php namespace AppModels; use IlluminateContractsAuthMustVerifyEmail; use IlluminateFoundationAuthUser as Authenticatable; use IlluminateNotificationsNotifiable; use SpatieMediaLibraryHasMedia; use SpatieMediaLibraryInteractsWithMedia; use SpatieImageManipulations; use SpatieMediaLibraryMediaCollectionsModelsMedia; class User ..

Trying this for hours now and I don’t see the error. I have a model ‘User’ and a model ‘Round’. I want to define a n:m-relation with a model ‘Flight’ as pivot model. User.php <?php namespace AppModels; use IlluminateContractsAuthMustVerifyEmail; use IlluminateFoundationAuthUser as Authenticatable; use IlluminateNotificationsNotifiable; use SpatieMediaLibraryHasMedia; use SpatieMediaLibraryInteractsWithMedia; use SpatieImageManipulations; use SpatieMediaLibraryMediaCollectionsModelsMedia; class User ..

hi i have 3 models like this 1:asset id name 2:reviews id name 3:scores id value i have relationships between them like review model: public function asset() { return $this->belongsTo(Asset::class); } public function scores() { return$this->hasMany(Score::class); } now im trying to get the scores for each asset im fetching but I don’t know how ..

I am new to laravel and trying the following: I have these tables: disciplines: id | name specialties: id | name categories: id | name discipline_specialty (pivot table): id | discipline_id | specialties_id Discipline model: public function specialties() { return $this->belongsToMany(Specialty::class); } Specialty model: public function disciplines() { return$this->belongsToMany(Discipline::class); } My question is: how ..

I’m trying to implement a many-to-many relationship with more than two tables in Laravel. Migration For Relationship Table public function up() { Schema::create(‘lab_form_detail’, function (Blueprint $table) {$table->unsignedBigInteger(‘color_id’); $table->unsignedBigInteger(‘lab_form_id’);$table->unsignedBigInteger(‘pontics_design_id’); $table->unsignedBigInteger(‘teeth_design_id’);$table->integer(‘quantity’); $table->string(‘teeth_number’);$table->foreign(‘lab_form_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘lab_forms’); $table->foreign(‘color_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘colors’);$table->foreign(‘pontics_design_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘pontics_designs’); $table->foreign(‘teeth_design_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘teeth_designs’); }); } Lab Form Model class LabForm extends Model { use HasFactory; public$timestamps = false; public function ..

I currently contain a many to many relationship on one of my models which stores Owner models against each other creating a connection. Each owner can send out connections to one another aslong as a connection doesnt already exist within the pivot table. Connection Pivot table the owner_id and connection_id both reference a different owner ..

I currently have a many-to-many relationship on one of my models, which stores Owner models against each other, creating a connection. Each owner can send out connections to one another as long as a connection doesn’t already exist within the pivot table. Connection Pivot table The owner_id and connection_id both reference a different owner record. ..

I am trying to display an order page for users based on two tables: orders and order_product. The orders table keeps all the useful data for an order, as seen in the model: Order.php protected $fillable = [ ‘user_id’, ‘billing_fname’, ‘billing_lname’, ‘billing_email’, ‘billing_phone’,’billing_address’, ‘billing_county’, ‘billing_locality’, ‘billing_zipcode’, ‘billing_total’, ‘shipped’ ]; public function user(){ return$this->belongsTo(‘AppUser’); } ..

I have a page which lists out all the teams on a page. I need a query which lists out all the teams but hides specific teams if there id exists within the pivot table under the connection_id field. Team Table $table->bigIncrements(‘id’);$table->integer(‘user_id’)->nullable(); $table->string(‘name’); Teams joint table (links) Schema::create(‘links’, function (Blueprint$table) { $table->bigIncrements(‘id’);$table->integer(‘team_id’); ..

I have a laravel model based on the following table: public function up() { Schema::create(‘things’, function (Blueprint $table) {$table->id(); $table->timestamps();$table->string(‘label’); $table->foreignId(‘user_id’)->nullable()->constrained(‘users’); }); There is also a pivot table that makes this a many-to-many self-referential model. public function up() { Schema::create(‘thing_thing’, function (Blueprint$table) { $table->id();$table->timestamps(); $table->string(‘message’)->nullable();$table->unsignedBigInteger(‘parent_id’)->nullable(); $table->unsignedBigInteger(‘child_id’)->nullable();$table->unique([‘parent_id’, ‘child_id’]); $table->foreign(‘parent_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘things’)->onDelete(‘cascade’);$table->foreign(‘child_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘things’)->onDelete(‘cascade’); ..

I have a model called Tree that is supposed to be associated to 1..n Things. Things can be associated to 0..n things. In other words this is a many-to-many relationship, and a Thing must be chosen when a Tree is being created. My thing_tree migration looks like this (there’s also a thing_thing pivot table but ..

I have a table called things that has a pivot table thing_thing. Obviously, this is a self-referential many-to-many relationship. I have the following methods defined in the Thing model: public function parentOf (){ return $this->belongsToMany(Thing::class, ‘thing_thing’, ‘parent_id’, ‘child_id’); } public function childOf(){ return$this->belongsToMany(Thing::class, ‘thing_thing’, ‘child_id’, ‘parent_id’); } My thing_thing migration looks like this: public ..

I’m having issues with returning belongs to many relationship. Here is my scenario. I have "Individual" model and "Group" model where each individual can belongs to many groups and each group can belongs to many user. Working with database blueprint such as "localhost/phpmyadmin" is fine as I can click at ‘group’ column on "group_individual" table ..

I am trying to create a delete method which detaches a individual record from a pivot table but when i delete one it deletes all records associated with the one id. relations public function connections() { return $this->belongsToMany(‘AppTeam’, ‘connections’, ‘team_id’, ‘connection_id’)->withPivot(‘approved’); } public function connections2(){ return$this->belongsToMany(‘AppTeam’, ‘connections’, ‘connection_id’, ‘team_id’)->withPivot(‘approved’); } Method public function deleteConnectionRequest(string ..

I have many to many relationship between Product and Order. The pivot table is: Schema::create(‘order_products’, function (Blueprint $table) {$table->id(); $table->unsignedBiginteger(‘order_id’);$table->unsignedBiginteger(‘product_id’)->nullable(); $table->integer(‘qty’);$table->integer(‘name’); $table->foreign(‘order_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘orders’)->onDelete(‘cascade’);$table->foreign(‘product_id’)->references(‘id’)->on(‘products’)->onDelete(‘set null’); $table->timestamps(); }); I have set on delete "set null" and the line stays in the database. The relationship in the Order model is: public function products() { return .. Read more In PHP Lighthouse you can have ManyToMany relationships. Using nested operations this allows you to create say a Author, Post and connect them using a pivot table post_author ALL in one operation. Lighthouse also allow you to store data in the pivot table. In their docs they give an example on how to connect a .. Read more i am a new php programmer and i just started with laravel, i am trying to build a library application and at the moment i am working on the loans part. basically i have a pivot table named copy_user with the following columns: (‘copy_id’, ‘user_id’, ‘date’, ‘return_date’, ‘created_at’, ‘updated_at’) copy_id is one of many copies .. Read more I am trying to make a task management system. Users can create a task and assign multiple users to the task. So the task table will have a user_id for identifying the user who created the task. There is a pivot table that consists of user_id and task_id so that the assignees of the task .. Read more I have this pivot table with extra fields (balance and timestamps) pivot table ‘user_wallet’ I want to convert balance from one currency to another. How do I do that? Thanks in advance 🙂 Sourc.. Read more I have the below tables users : id | name projects : id | name user_project : id | user_id | project_id My Models contains User.php public function projects() {return$this->belongsToMany(Project::class);} Project.php public function users() {return $this->belongsToMany(User::class);} In my controller file, I want to get a list of users using the User model whose role_id .. Read more I would need some help understanding what I am doing wrong. I have really basic ‘required’ fields defined in a PostUpdateRequest rules method. Then, my update method in PostController: public function update(PostUpdateRequest$request, Post $post) {$post->update($request->validated());$post->tags()->sync(request(‘tags’)); return redirect() … } When I use the method without validation, it works: public function update(Request $request, .. Read more i hope you’re having a good day. so i have this ManyToMany relationship where a user can apply to multiple jobs, and a job can have multiple applicants (users). here is the table schema Schema::create(‘applicant_job’, function (Blueprint$table) { $table->id();$table->unsignedBigInteger(‘job_id’); $table->unsignedBigInteger(‘applicant_id’);$table->unique([‘job_id’, ‘applicant_id’]); $table->foreign(‘job_id’) ->references(‘id’) ->on(‘jobs’) ->onDelete(‘cascade’);$table->foreign(‘applicant_id’) ->references(‘id’) ->on(‘default_users’) ->onDelete(‘cascade’); }); and here ..
Product model code: public function categories() { return $this->belongsToMany(Category::class); } Category model code: public function products() { return$this->belongsToMany(Product::class); } Product controller code: $products = Product::with(‘categories’)->get(); index.blade.php code: @foreach ($products as $product) <li>Product Name: {{$product->name}}</li> <li>Category: {{ \$product->categories->name }}</li> @endforeach When I use the above index.blade.php code the following error shows: Trying to get property ..