php – laravel updateOrCreate method-ThrowExceptions

Exception or error:

I have the following code in my method which I am sending via ajax to the controller method :

    $newUser = \App\UserInfo::updateOrCreate([
        'user_id'   => Auth::user()->id,
        'about'     => $request->get('about'),
        'sec_email' => $request->get('sec_email'),
        'gender'    => $request->get("gender"),
        'country'   => $request->get('country'),
        'dob'       => $request->get('dob'),
        'address'   => $request->get('address'),
        'mobile'    => $request->get('cell_no')
    ]);

The dd($request->all()) gives me :

array:8 [
  "_token" => "fHeEPfTvgMD3FpIBmmc6DmKXFaiuWKZEiOhg6twQ"
  "about" => "Some about me."
  "sec_email" => "example@gmail.com"
  "country" => "Priority highest"
  "gender" => "male"
  "dob" => "12/12/1990"
  "address" => "Some address"
  "cell_no" => "234234234"
]

which is perfect.

Jquery code :

$('#submit-editProfile-form').on('click', function() {
    var profileEditForm = $("#edit-user-profile");
    var formData = $('#edit-user-profile').serialize();
    profileEditForm.on('submit', function(e){
        e.preventDefault();
        $.ajaxSetup({
            headers: {
                'X-CSRF-TOKEN': $('meta[name="csrf-token"]').attr('content')
            }
        });
        $.ajax({
            url:'/freelance/edit-userProfile-info',
            type:'POST',
            data:formData,
            error: function (data) {
               console.log('Error');
            }
        });
    }).submit();
});

Now the problem is that i have a record in my table, But the above code creates another one, And the second is that it creates multiply by two records on each button click (request).

How to solve:

In your use case, you should specify a second parameter. The first indicates the conditions for a match and second is used to specify which fields to update.

$newUser = \App\UserInfo::updateOrCreate([
    //Add unique field combo to match here
    //For example, perhaps you only want one entry per user:
    'user_id'   => Auth::user()->id,
],[
    'about'     => $request->get('about'),
    'sec_email' => $request->get('sec_email'),
    'gender'    => $request->get("gender"),
    'country'   => $request->get('country'),
    'dob'       => $request->get('dob'),
    'address'   => $request->get('address'),
    'mobile'    => $request->get('cell_no')
]);

Here is an example from the documentation: https://laravel.com/docs/5.4/eloquent

// If there's a flight from Oakland to San Diego, set the price to $99.
// If no matching model exists, create one.
$flight = App\Flight::updateOrCreate(
    ['departure' => 'Oakland', 'destination' => 'San Diego'],
    ['price' => 99]
);

Answer´╝Ü

My code is

CityProductTemp::updateOrCreate(
    [
        'city_id' => $city_id,
        'product_id' => $product->product_id
    ],
    [
        'mrp' => $mrp,
        'sale_price' => $sale_price,
        'in_offer' => $in_offer,
        'is_featured' => $is_featured,
        'sort_number' => $sort_number
    ]
);

Unknown column id in where clause

SQL: UPDATE city_product_temp SET mrp = 66, is_featured = 1, 
     updated_at = 2017-09-15 15:23:17, in_offer = 0 WHERE `id` IS null

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