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I need to check that column 'username' both IS NOT NULL and != ""

What is best




or something else . . .


What do you think?

Edited by jimlongo
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on further though and checking straight MYSQL, you cannot do a query with NULL.  


will not return any results.

Since Eloquent is a mapping tool to MYSQL queries I'm gonna say that the second proposal above doesn't make sense.  You need to check NOT NULL, and != separately.

Don't know of any way to prove it, other than the fact that ->whereNotIN('field',[NULL]) doesn't work in my code.  


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