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If you have followed laravel documentation and have defined belongsToMany relations you could do simply:

$users = User::with("roles")->all();

So i don't think it's really necessary to wrap it in a method in the user model.

For completeness:

foreach($users as $user){
    foreach($user->roles as $role){
        //here you have access to all user fields and related roles fields
    }
}
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Thanks this one worked for me .... :-)

can you help me for this complex query on the below given link

http://laravel.io/forum/10-06-2014-how-to-use-join-on-more-tha...

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