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Primary Key

By default, the Eloquent Model uses the id column as the primary key as an auto-incrementing integer value. With the PrimaryKey attribute you can configure in a simple and easy way the primary key of your model.
If your model uses a different column as the primary key, you can set it using the PrimaryKey attribute:
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Attributes\Fillable;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Attributes\PrimaryKey;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Attributes\Rules;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Lift;
final class Product extends Model
{
use Lift;
#[PrimaryKey]
public int $custom_id;
#[Rules(['required', 'string'], ['required' => 'The Product name can not be empty'])]
#[Fillable]
public string $name;
}
If your model uses a column with a different type and not incrementing like a UUID, you can set it using the PrimaryKey attribute like this:
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Attributes\Fillable;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Attributes\PrimaryKey;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Attributes\Rules;
use WendellAdriel\Lift\Lift;
final class Product extends Model
{
use Lift;
#[PrimaryKey(type: 'string', incrementing: false)]
public string $uuid;
#[Rules(['required', 'string'], ['required' => 'The Product name can not be empty'])]
#[Fillable]
public string $name;
}