At the start of each request, the package will try to determine which tenant should be active for the current request. The package ships with a class named DomainTenantFinder that will try to find a Tenant whose domain attribute matches with the hostname of the current request.
In the multitenancy config file, you specify the tenant finder in the tenant_finder key.
// in multitenancy.php/*
* This class is responsible for determining which tenant should be current
* for the given request.
* This class should extend `Spatie\Multitenancy\TenantFinder\TenantFinder`
*/'tenant_finder' => Spatie\Multitenancy\TenantFinder\DomainTenantFinder::class,
If there is a tenant returned by the tenant finder, all configured tasks will be performed on it. After that, the tenant instance will be bound in the container using the currentTenant key.
app('currentTenant') // will return the current tenant or `null`
You can create a tenant finder of your own. A valid tenant finder is any class that extends Spatie\Multitenancy\TenantFinder\TenantFinder. You must implement this abstract method: