Select Query Using DB

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The JSON_EXTRACT function extracts the value of the "email" key from the JSON object in the "value" field using the "$.email" path expression. The WHERE clause filters the results where the "key" value is "alert_daily_report" and the "email" value is true.

Note that in MySQL, boolean values are represented as 0 (false) and 1 (true). So you could also use the comparison operator "=", instead of "=". For example:

SELECT *FROM your_tableWHERE `key` = 'alert_daily_report'AND JSON_EXTRACT(`value`, '$.email') = 1;

The JSON_EXTRACT function is available in MySQL version 5.7 and later. It was introduced in MySQL 5.7.8 as part of the support for JSON data types and functions. If you are using an earlier version of MySQL, you will not be able to use the JSON_EXTRACT function.


Answered By: udeshika

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Sure, I can help you with a select query in Laravel using the built-in query builder. Here's an example:

Let's say you have a table called "users" in your database and you want to select all the users with an email address ending in "". Here's the query you could use:

$users = DB::table('users') ->where('email', 'like', '') ->get();

In this example, DB::table('users') specifies the table you want to query. ->where('email', 'like', '') filters the results to only include records where the email column ends with "". ->get() executes the query and returns the results as a collection of objects.

You can modify this query to fit your specific needs by changing the table name, column names, and filters.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.


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