Laravel - Queues - Dispatching Batches

To dispatch a batch of jobs, you should use the batch method of the Bus facade. Of course, batching is primarily useful when combined with completion callbacks. So, you may use the then, catch, and finally methods to define completion callbacks for the batch. Each of these callbacks will receive an Illuminate\Bus\Batch instance when they are invoked. In this example, we will imagine we are queueing a batch of jobs that each process a given number of rows from a CSV file:

    
    use App\Jobs\ImportCsv;
    use Illuminate\Bus\Batch;
    use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Bus;
    use Throwable;
    
    $batch = Bus::batch([
        new ImportCsv(1, 100),
        new ImportCsv(101, 200),
        new ImportCsv(201, 300),
        new ImportCsv(301, 400),
        new ImportCsv(401, 500),
    ])->then(function (Batch $batch) {
        // All jobs completed successfully...
    })->catch(function (Batch $batch, Throwable $e) {
        // First batch job failure detected...
    })->finally(function (Batch $batch) {
        // The batch has finished executing...
    })->dispatch();
    
    return $batch->id;
	

The batch's ID, which may be accessed via the $batch->id property, may be used to query the Laravel command bus for information about the batch after it has been dispatched.