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Laravel 6 Using `$controller->callAction` To Send Data To Another Controller

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I have 2 controller and I send data to second controller using callAction. This is what I have in my first controller

$controller = App::make('\App\Http\Controllers\EmailController');
$email = $controller->callAction('sendEmail', array('firstitem'=>'qweqw','seconditem' =>'asd'));

with the above code im expecting to get an array in the second controller. In my second controller I have

public function sendEmail($request){

        return ($request);
}

to check if i will get an array, but im getting only: qweqw which only the first item of the array.

What is the correct way to send or receive an array in this scenario

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Answer

The following line should work.

app('\App\Http\Controller\EmailController')->sendEmail($params)

app('...') is an alias for App::make('...'). The issue with your code is the callAction method.

You're already getting an instance of the App\Http\Controller\EmailController when you use app('...').

The controller is, above all, a Class, and as such, you can use any public method it has, such as sendEmail by calling it directly and passing parameters as needed. (->sendEmail($params)).

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source: stackoverflow.com
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