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Published 4 months agoSun, 13 Jan 2019 04:44:06 -0800

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I'm using Framework for the first time and recently encountered a problem. I don't know how to do a LEFT JOIN / leftJoin() subquery using Laravel's Eloquent query builder. Anyone know how to do that that can help me?

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To use subqueries with Laravel's query builder, you should add it to the join as follows:

->leftJoin(DB::raw("(SELECT [...]) AS p"), 'p.post_id', '=', 'posts.id')

It's also better to create an alias for calculated fields, as you did in your raw query:

COUNT(*) AS count
Download more RAM. 🐏 ⨉ 0 Posted by Univa 3 days ago 🕓 Posted at 16 May, 2019 08:22 AM PDT

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