Using MySQL stored procedures in laravel


Create a stored procedure (two parameters, the first parameter is activityid and the second parameter is IDS)
CREATE PROCEDURE update_wall_records(IN activityid INTEGER ,ids text)
UPDATE wall_records SET wall_activity_id = activityid
WHERE FIND_ IN_ SET(id,ids); # Equals where id in (‘1,2,3 ‘)

Code call
DB::update(‘call update_wall_records(1,”1,2,3″) ‘);

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