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How do I convert SQL statement with alias in a valid Laravel query builder?
I am working on a Laravel 8 application. I have the flowing SQL statement containing the alias country for the column name of the countries table: I have used this online tool to convert it to a valid Laravel query builder. The problem Unfortunately, the result (visible below), ignores the alias and displays the colum as name instead of country:
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Is it possible to translate this “join” and “as” query to Laravel PDO functions?
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Yii2 How to translate SUM SQL function to Query Builder?
I have this simple SQL query: SELECT product_name, SUM (product_amount) FROM orders GROUP BY product_name; It will show a list with product names and their amounts. Like this example: I want to …
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I’m trying to receive some ids from my database for an autocomplete search on my CAKEPHP 3.3 site. But my problem is that its only returning the id if I type in the exact id and not part of it. Here …