Laravel does handle failed jobs by default, but does need a database. What if your Statamic setup does not have or need a database?
Well ... failing jobs can not be handled!
This addon does provide a simple solution for small Statamic setups:
A failing job will be saved as flat file in the
NOT PRODUCTION READY YET Be aware, that this is an early version, which shouldn't be used on any production server yet.
1. Require the package
composer require jonassiewertsen/statamic-jobs
2. Configure the
Failed Queue Jobs Driver
// config/queue.php 'failed' => [ 'driver' => env('QUEUE_FAILED_DRIVER', 'statamic'), // 'storage_path' => storage_path('failed-jobs'), ], // INSTEAD of fx // 'failed' => [ // 'driver' => env('QUEUE_FAILED_DRIVER', 'statamic'), // 'database' => env('DB_CONNECTION', 'mysql'), // 'table' => 'failed_jobs', // ],
You can access your failed jobs via the default artisan commands. Fx.:
php artisan queue:failed <- list all failed jobs
php artisan queue:retry JOB_UUID_ID <- Retry a given job
php artisan queue:flush <- Flush all failed jobs
- PHP 8.0
- Laravel 8
- Statamic >= 3.1
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- composer require
- Set the queue
// config/queue.php 'failed' => [ 'driver' => env('QUEUE_FAILED_DRIVER', 'statamic'), // 'collection' => env('QUEUE_FAILED_COLLECTION', 'failed_jobs'), // 'blueprint' => env('QUEUE_FAILED_BLUEPRINT', 'failed_job'), ],
This plugin is published under the MIT license. Feel free to use it and remember to spread love.