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Old 9th August 2019
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Hi everybody.

I'm currently in an dev internship, and I have to create APIs with php/Laravel/JsonApi.
I use {json:api} and https://laravel-json-api.readthedocs.io/en/latest/

No problem with php and Laravel, but I'm stuck with JsonApi, with some id name issue !
Problem is, I'm the first in the enterprise to use JsonApi, so none of my colleagues can help me.

I use the {json:api} official manual everyday, and I've tried everything described but can't find a functional solution in-there.
I've asked on Stack Overflow, no response...

Maybe someone knows how to use Laravel and JsonApi, or knows someone who could help...
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It looks like you solved it yourself ;-) : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/...ravel-json-api
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I wish, but unfortunately nope.
That was the easiest part, cause it returned a 500 error, which meant it was a Laravel problem.

That is fixed, but now I get a 404 error, so it's a SQL error, and I don't know how to fix it.
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OK, I went back to my internship after a week of vacation, and found where my error was.

I used artisan to generate an adapter, and I thought it was good, but nope.
artisan generates an empty find() method in the adapter, so ofc, this won't work.

I digged into the Laravel-json-api github, and found how to define the find() method :

Code:
public function find($resourceId)
{
    return $this->findQuery($resourceId)->first();
}
Now, we're talking
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