Joseph Morgan

4 Feb 2022

Response::setContent(): Argument #1 ($content) must be of type


Hello everyone,
I am trying to use with('owner') to get the owner of the record in the DB but I am getting this error “Response::setContent(): Argument #1 ($content) must be of type”

Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response::setContent(): Argument #1 ($content) must be of type ?string, Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Builder given, called in /Users/Joseph/Desktop/Github/project/vendor/laravel/framework/src/Illuminate/Http/Response.php on line 72

The model code is 


namespace App;

use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Factories\HasFactory;
use Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Model;

class submit_records extends Model{
 use HasFactory;
 protected $fillable = ['id', 'users', 'type', 'notes'];
 public function owner(){
 return $this->hasOne('App\users', 'id', 'users');

& the function of the controller is 

 public function earnings_manage_discussion($id){
 $data = submit_records::find($id)->with('owner');
 return $data;

Any help! please!


Mohamed Atef

4 Feb 2022

Best Answer

best answer

You are using a one to one relation (using hasOne()) and this need you to get only one record from the model so you need to add ->first(); at the end of the line of the query and it will be working fine
You can change hasOne() to hasMany() and it should work
OR Better way
You can use only the query in the controller like 

 public function earnings_manage_discussion($id){
 $data = submit_records::find($id);
 return view('post.single', [ 'data' => $data ]);

and then in the blade file, you can use the relation without no problem like


Good luck 


Joseph Morgan

4 Feb 2022

Thank you Mohamed, That's it

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