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if you are looking for one way of use two databases (or more) with laravel, keep reading, this article will teach you how you can do it, and it is more easy than you expect!
first of all, you can’t use the DB facade, i mean, you can set a connection with it like this:
but using DB facade you need set the connection in every query, and it is very ugly!
let’s see a example:
first set two protected variables called $connection and $table, in your model, in $connection set the name of the connection you want use, then in $table, set the table name.
after that, just create a function and use the own class instance to create your query like in the example above.
don’t forget of set the connections in your .env and database.php file like below:
the first mysql connection is your default connection, then the second you can use as you want.
if you want import the model to make queries directly in your controller methods, just import them and make the query like below:
that’s it! :)
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