Kern voor beheerapplicaties van instrumentengids Eva

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Environments files

.env.testing (unit tests)


php artisan eva-core:setup {--n|no-interaction} {--l|lean}

Force data sync with elastic

php artisan elastic:sync-all -f
php artisan elastic:sync-environments


Make sure you setup your testing .env's before running the tests. You probably want to use a different database for running the tests.

Browser tests

We use laravel dusk for browser tests. It uses a .env.dusk.[env] environment file. If your test fails due to a chrome driver failure, you first should try to update it.

Running the tests:

php artisan dusk:chrome-driver
php artisan dusk

Unit tests

For unit testing we use phpunit. In phpunit.xml the .env.testing environment isset as the used environment file. Laravel doesn't use the .env directly. It loads it in the config. Therefor you need to clear your config before running a test.

Running the tests:

php artisan config:clear
php artisan test

Geo Data

Eva uses geo data from townships and labor market regions.
There are various API's that can be used as the source for this data.
We use the API data to generate a source file. This source file is the single point of truth we use to create our database entries.

There are various commands to check if the source file or database is up to date and other commands to update them if they're not.

New source and new data set

To generate a new township and region source run

php artisan geo:generate-source

You can also generate a new source for either townships or regions. Without the --update-source option you create a new source snapshot. Run it, check the file, and when satisfied add the option to overwrite the source file.

php artisan geo:townships-create-dataset {--update-source}
php artisan geo:regions-create-dataset {--update-source}

You can create townships and regions from the source file with the following commands. These commands are not careful. They will create or update the data but they will not check if current entries don't exist anymore and the items associated with them need reallocation. So not recommended with an existing data set.

php artisan geo:townships-create 
php artisan geo:regions-create 

Existing source or existing data set

Once you have your data established you want to monitor for changes. To do this you can run the following commands. These will only show the missing items between multiple API's and the data source.

Check for deviations between API and Source

php artisan geo:townships-check-source-from-api
php artisan geo:regions-check-source-from-api

Snapshot creation for manually checking source set

We currently use the Cbs Open Data Api to create the source file. When checking for changes in the various API results, look for that one.

Create data snapshot and check them in storage under fixed/area

php artisan geo:townships-create-dataset
php artisan geo:regions-create-dataset

Update the Source file with the data from the API

When your happy with the snapshot, run it again with the update-source option.

php artisan geo:townships-create-dataset --update-source
php artisan geo:regions-create-dataset --update-source

Check for deviations between Source file and Database

You can also check if the database is up to date with the source data. The following commands will check for missing items and content deviations.

php artisan geo:townships-check-data-from-source
php artisan geo:regions-check-data-from-source

Update the Database with the data from the Source file

When you decide to update the database with the source data you can run the update commands. These commands will show you each deviation and offers you the choice to update the data.

Before you run this you want to have checked all the changes between the source and the database and want the source in a state in which you can just answer yes to all the changes.

php artisan geo:townships-update-data-from-source
php artisan geo:regions-update-data-from-source

NOTE: Some deployment methods might not allow for interaction. In that case you can run the commands with the yes-to-all flag. Do make sure to check the deviations before running the command

php artisan geo:townships-update-data-from-source --yes-to-all
php artisan geo:regions-update-data-from-source --yes-to-all


The data from the id provider is leading The data in the professionals table is a copy of the data in the id-provider. To sync the data in the database with the data from the id-provider you can run the following command.


The commands updates the last_seen_date of all the professionals it found. Naturally the last_seen_date of professionals missing from the id-provider will not update. You might want to remove those from professionals from the database. There are methods in place to do so