Undefined variable: errors in Laravel 5.2 Solved

Undefined variable: errors in Laravel 5.2 Solved

Undefined variable: errors in Laravel 5.2 Solved, is what we are going to discuss. But before that, The Auth Guard Authentication in Laravel 5.2, one of the major change in Laravel 5.2 is the implementation of the new concept guard. With several changes, Laravel has becoming little bit more stronger than before. But, the problem is, it’s little confusing to implement.And there was a problem Undefined variable: errors in Laravel, due to the recent changes.

To solve the problem of “Undefined variable: errors” in the latest update, you have to know what is really happening. In the latest version, Laravel 5.2 the middleware (the globally used one) responsible for has been moved from global middleware to web (what ever you are using, you can configure this) middleware group.

To fix this problem, you can move the middleware \Illuminate\View\Middleware\ShareErrorsFromSession::class back to the protected $middleware.Also, you can add the routes with the same route group and apply to the middleware to them.

I have attached some screen shots of how i did it. Please take a look. I think now you solved “Undefined variable: errors in Laravel 5.2 Solved”.

Laravel 5.2 Auth Guard Quick Fix

.Laravel 5.2 Auth Guard Quick Fix

Laravel 5.2 Auth Guard Quick Fix

Laravel 5.2 Auth Guard Quick Fix

Also, drop your comments, if you have found another solution (in a more easy way). Thanks for reading.

3 Comments

  1. Fadhel

    thanks a lot it works now

    Reply
  2. Sobhan

    I get this error in Laravel 5.3 even after moving the \Illuminate\View\Middleware\ShareErrorsFromSession::class to $middleware variable. But I think this shouldn’t be the case at least in laravel 5.3 as route directory is being seperated and noe what ever we put in web.php is under web middleware which can be seen by artisan route:list.

    Did you have the same problem?

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    1. Preprogrammer (Post author)

      The above solution is a quick fix. You have to properly implement the Auth Guards.
      About your problem: artisan route:list commands shows all the routes in the system, by default. It’s not an issue. From laravel 5.3, routes are specified inside a separate route folder.
      I am not used 5.3 yet, still working it. But, i think route:list will show all the routes from the application. And, Auth::routes()will display the routes as per you are using.
      Check this URl’ too : http://stackoverflow.com/questions/39196968/laravel-5-3-new-authroutes

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