php artisan migrate
- October 13, 2021
This is what we do when PHP artisan migrate creates a database migration, which we call an initial migration. This migration is necessary for our application.
For those of you who are used to using the migrate command, this is pretty straightforward. To create an initial migration you run php artisan migrate and it gives you a bunch of options to choose from.
The most important one for us is to choose from the “create” option, which we use to create a new database. It will start by creating a database called “test”. You can name it anything you please, and you can change it later on during a running migration.
The test database is what we use to run migrations. We used to use the create option to create a database, but it’s easy enough to just create the database on the command line, and then run the migrate command to actually create the database you want to use.
This is an important step because this database is what we use to run migrations. If you don’t choose to run migrations, then you won’t be able to run any other migrations on this database. This means that you’ll have to change the way you run migrations to be able to work with this new database, which means you’ll have to create a new migration, which you should probably do.
If you don’t actually create a database, then you dont have much choice other than to create a migration. This is because we use this database to run migrations, so it will need to be created. Run the migrate command to actually create the database you want to use. This is an important step because this database is what we use to run migrations. If you dont choose to run migrations, then you wont be able to run any other migrations on this database.
You can create a database in any text editor by typing php artisan migrate in the shell. Or you can use our database generator command. Be sure to backup and restore your database before doing so. The command to run is php artisan migrate:install. You can also use php artisan migrate:watch.
And because this is not a new database, but a single-file database, you can also run php artisan migrate:install. And because the database is simple and has a single file, you can do any other migrations you want.
Another thing you should be aware of is that you can use the command php artisan migrateinstall to install multiple migrations at the same time. So if you want to migrate from a previous version of the database to a new database, for example, you can use php artisan migrateinstall -d .