I’ve got an issue with a bottleneck in Laravel eloquent. When running the logic to build the query it’s very quick and simple while using eloquent, however, when it finally comes to use
$query->get() (due to the number of rows, and the number of relational rows), it grinds to a halt and hits
max execution time. I obviously don’t want to just increase the time… And I’d prefer not to re-write all my functions to use raw queries (although I will, if I have to).
My question is, is there a way to pass a
QueryBuilder sql command to
I know you can use
$query->toSql() – but I’m lacking the data bound values, if I could get those, I could solve this in seconds.
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