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Laravel supports job chaining out of the box:
It's a nice, fluent way of saying "Run this jobs sequentially, one after the previous one is complete.".
If you have a task which takes some steps to be completed, you can track the job chain used to do that and know the
status for each job.
If you are releasing a new podcast, for example, and it has to be optimized, compressed and released, you can track
this steps by adding a
steps relationship to your
public function steps()
return $this->morphMany(Junges\TrackableJobs\Models\TrackedJob::class, 'trackable');
Now, you can have the status of each job that should be processed to release your podcast:
$steps = Podcast::find($id)->steps()->get();