Laravel Join with Multiple Conditions Query Example

Hello Artisan,

In this laravel eloquent join with multiple conditions example, I will show you how to write a query with laravel eloquent join with where condition or you can say multiple where condition.

This tutorial will give you an example of the inner join condition in laravel. You can use this query in Laravel 5,6,7,8 and 9 applications. if you use eloquent relationship then you don't need to use but if you need to get manually join with two or more conditions then it can help. You can see the below example:

Example query:

public function index()
{
    $user = User::select("users.*","items.id as itemId","jobs.id as jobId")
                ->join("items","items.user_id","=","users.id")
                ->join("jobs",function($join){
                    $join->on("jobs.user_id","=","users.id")
                        ->on("jobs.item_id","=","items.id");
                })
                ->get();
    dd($user);
}

 

Read also: Creating File Manager in Laravel Step By Step Guide

 

Hope it can help you.

 

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