17 Mar 2019 . Tips and Tricks . 1.2K views
Sometimes, there is an error in Laravel called Class env does not exist specially when you are trying to do PHP unit test on any specific class. In that case, although your test is right, however, it's always shows that
Class env does not exist as a result the test is failed.
To solve this issue, I figure it out two possible ways.
If you are lucky enough, you may run the following commands to fix that issue-
php artisan clear php artisan config:clear
However, in most of the cases, it might not be helpful. Specially in my case, it doesn't help. So that, I move to the next way out.
I realised that, it happened mostly for Laravel telescope package. I personally don't use that. So that, I just take off the package.
To remove that package, you need to remove the following items-
Go to composer.json
Find this line
"laravel/telescope" and remove the entire line.
Go to config/app.php file and remove the following line too-
Once done, now you just run the following command in the terminal.
composer update composer dumpautoload php artisan clear php artisan config:clear
Hope it will help you. Thanks. :)