Wire::errors() method

Return or manage errors recorded by just this object or all Wire objects

This method returns and manages errors that were previously set by Wire::error().


// Get errors for one object
$errors = $obj->errors();

// Get first error in object
$error = $obj->errors('first');

// Get errors for all Wire objects
$errors = $obj->errors('all');

// Get and clear all errors for all Wire objects
$errors = $obj->errors('clear all'); 


// basic usage
$notices = $wire->errors();

// usage with all arguments
$notices = $wire->errors($options = []);


options (optional)string, array

One or more of array elements or space separated string of:

  • first - only first item will be returned
  • last - only last item will be returned
  • all - include all errors, including those beyond the scope of this object
  • clear - clear out all items that are returned from this method
  • array - return an array of strings rather than series of Notice objects.
  • string - return a newline separated string rather than array/Notice objects.

Return value

Notices array string

Array of NoticeError errors, or string if last, first or str option was specified.

Wire methods and properties

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