Using Laravel 4.2 and eloquent ORM, I know that all multi-result sets returned by a query will return a Collection object, as documented here (http://laravel.com/docs/eloquent#collections).
I am running a query that returns a single object:
$faq = ProductFaq::where($where)->with('products')->get();
However, I'm being returned a collection.
In order to use the result do I need to chain
->first() to the end of my statement? I'm just confused if the docs are saying that every call that uses
get() will return a collection, or only
get() calls that have multiple results.
Get returns a Collection instance, you should call first instead of the get method
$faq = ProductFaq::where($where)->with('products')->first();
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