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Database Eloquent Laravel
Last updated 1 year ago.

As far as I'm aware find only returns one database row. What happens if you don't use pluck, what do you get? How do you know you are getting all registered names and ids? are you dding the result?


use where() instead of find()

$department = Department::where('id',$office->department_id)->pluck('name', 'id');

Solution selected by @marcio944

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