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To convert comma separated values to rows in Oracle, you can use the SQL function "REGEXP_SUBSTR" along with a recursive SQL query. First, use the function to extract individual values from the comma-separated list. Then, use a recursive query to iterate through each value and insert it into a new row in a temporary table. This process may involve creating a separate table, using a loop to iterate through the values, and inserting them into rows accordingly.
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To include bootstrap-vue in Laravel, you can first install it using npm by running the command npm install vue bootstrap-vue bootstrap. Then you can import BootstrapVue and BootstrapVueIcons in your resources/js/app.js file. Next, you will need to import the Bootstrap-Vue css in your resources/sass/app.scss file. After that, you can use the components from BootstrapVue in your Vue components or templates. Finally, don't forget to run npm run dev or npm run watch to compile your assets.
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To combine and count two columns in Oracle, you can use the CONCAT function to combine the values from the two columns into a single column. You can also use the COUNT function to count the number of rows that meet certain criteria, such as having the same values in both columns. By using a combination of these functions, you can effectively combine and count the values from two columns in Oracle.
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To check if data exists in Laravel, you can use the exists method on a model query builder. This method returns a boolean value indicating whether any records match the query criteria.For example, you can check if a user with a specific email address exists in the users table like this: $email = 'example@example.
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In Oracle, you can split a value using the SUBSTR function. This function allows you to extract a portion of a string based on a specified starting position and length. For example, if you have a string 'HelloWorld' and you want to extract the first 5 characters, you would use the SUBSTR function like this:SELECT SUBSTR('HelloWorld', 1, 5) FROM dual;This SQL query would return 'Hello', which is the first 5 characters of the original string.
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In Laravel, you can pluck multiple columns from a collection or query result using the pluck method. This method allows you to retrieve specific columns from a collection of objects and return them as a single-dimensional array. To pluck multiple columns, you can pass an array of column names as arguments to the pluck method. This will return a collection containing the values of the specified columns.
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To connect FuelPHP with Oracle, you will first need to update the database configuration in the fuel/app/config/db.php file. You will need to specify the Oracle database driver in the type parameter and provide the necessary connection details such as hostname, port, database name, username, and password.Next, you will need to ensure that the Oracle driver is enabled in your PHP configuration. You can do this by uncommenting the extension=oci8 line in your php.ini file.
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To show custom login validation in Laravel, you can create a custom validation rule by extending the Validator facade and adding the custom rule in the boot() method of the AppServiceProvider class. You can then use this custom rule in your login validation logic in the controller by adding it to the validation rules array. If the validation fails, you can display the custom error message to the user.
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To install Oracle in Mac using Docker, you first need to have Docker installed on your Mac. Once Docker is installed, you can pull the Oracle container image from the Docker Hub repository.You can start the Oracle container by running the docker run command, specifying the container image you pulled from the repository. You can also specify the environment variables required for setting up Oracle, such as the database name, password, and port mapping.
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In Laravel, you can send an email using the built-in Mail feature. First, you need to create a new Mailable class by running the command php artisan make:mail MyMail. This will create a new class in the App\Mail directory.Inside the Mailable class, you can define the email subject, view, and any data that needs to be passed to the view. Next, you need to create a view for the email content.To send the email, you can use the Mail::to method and pass in the recipient's email address.