SQLSTATE[HY000] [1049] Unknown database ‘forge’

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The error message you’re encountering, SQLSTATE[HY000] [1049] Unknown database 'forge', indicates that the Laravel application is unable to find the specified database.

  1. Check your .env file: Ensure that the database configuration in your Laravel application’s .env file is correctly set up. Specifically, check the DB_CONNECTION, DB_HOST, DB_PORT, DB_DATABASE, DB_USERNAME, and DB_PASSWORD variables to make sure they match your database configuration.
  2. Database exists: Verify that the database specified in the .env file actually exists on your database server. You can do this using a database management tool like phpMyAdmin, MySQL Workbench, or by running a command-line query.
  3. Database permissions: Ensure that the database user specified in the .env file has the necessary permissions to access and modify the database.
  4. Database connection: Test the database connection from your Laravel application. You can do this by running the php artisan migrate command. If there’s an issue with the database connection, Laravel will provide more detailed error messages that can help pinpoint the problem.
  5. Database configuration cache: If you’ve recently made changes to your .env file, clear the Laravel configuration cache by running php artisan config:cache to ensure that the changes are reflected.
  6. Database server status: Ensure that your database server is running and accessible from your Laravel application’s server.

Step 1:-

Step 2:- check modal

Step 3:- Check .env

In my case, I am missing in Env and not configured with the database.

DB_DATABASE_TEAM_RATING_COUNT=mysql
DB_HOST_TEAM_RATING_COUNT=127.0.0.1
DB_PORT_TEAM_RATING_COUNT=3306
DB_DATABASE_TEAM_RATING_COUNT=wz_team_rating_ms
DB_USERNAME_USER_COUNT=root

Output:-

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