Laravel - Getting Started - Primary Keys

Eloquent will also assume that each model's corresponding database table has a primary key column named id. If necessary, you may define a protected $primaryKey property on your model to specify a different column that serves as your model's primary key:


In addition, Eloquent assumes that the primary key is an incrementing integer value, which means that Eloquent will automatically cast the primary key to an integer. If you wish to use a non-incrementing or a non-numeric primary key you must define a public $incrementing property on your model that is set to false:


If your model's primary key is not an integer, you should define a protected $keyType property on your model. This property should have a value of string:


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