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2019-01-25 03:31
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在laravel控制器中运行自定义工匠命令

I have custom command like:

php artisan down --message="this is my custom message."

Now I want to use this command in my controller with input fields.

I know I can use Call method like Artisan::call('down'); but my issue is how to add --message="" part into that call method?

Data

this is what I'm sending to controller currently:

array:3 [▼
  "_token" => "wqHyTNmDhArtonB0gwhIbCipSsStv0WnoASQm34u"
  "maintenance_message" => "this is my custom message."
  "maintenance" => "active"
]

Now based on maintenance value i will call Artisan::call('up'); or Artisan::call('down'); but the question is how do i add maintenance_message into it?

Code

This is my current function.

public function MaintenanceMode(Request $request){
  if($request->input('maintenance') == 'active'){
    //maintenance_message
    Session::flash('danger', 'Site is successfully in maintenance mode.');
    return Artisan::call('down');
  }else{
    //maintenance_message
    Session::flash('success', 'Site is ONLINE.');
    return Artisan::call('up');
  }
}

Any idea?

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  • du20150401 2019-01-25 03:37
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    The documentation has some examples of this:

    https://laravel.com/docs/5.7/artisan#programmatically-executing-commands

    The call method accepts either the command's name or class as the first argument, and an array of command parameters as the second argument. The exit code will be returned:

    Route::get('/foo', function () {
        $exitCode = Artisan::call('email:send', [
            'user' => 1, '--queue' => 'default'
        ]);
    
        //
    });
    
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  • dqegbo2691 2019-01-25 03:38

    Solved

    Here is what I did to add my message part into artisan command

    return Artisan::call('down', ['--message'     => $request->input('maintenance_message')]);
    

    Hope it help others.

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