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Department and store model. They are a one to one relationship. when I do the (Include) only some models it brings me the complete data. The data is correctly in the database

 var orders = await _context.Order.Include(o => o.Departament)

                                  .Include(o => o.Store).ToArrayAsync();

Model Order

 public class Order

    {   [Key]

        public string Order_Id { get; set; }


        public DateTime Date { get; set; }

        public string Number_Order { get; set; }  


        public int Qty { get; set; }


        public DateTime Imported { get; set; }


        public DateTime Modified { get; set; }


        public DateTime Exported { get; set; }

        public bool IsActive { get; set; }


        public string DepartmentId { get; set; }



        public string StoreId { get; set; }

        public virtual ICollection<OrderDetail> OrderDetails { get; set; }


        public Departament Departament { get; set; }

        public Store  Store { get; set; }



I just need to solve that problem of getting the data correctly.

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what do u mean one to one!!! i think your design is one to many. as Steve Py said in his comment ## The relationship between Order->Department and Order->Store is not One-to-One, it is Many-to-One. (Many orders could refer to the same Department) ##

use virtual keyword for navigation properties. accroding to https://stackoverflow.com/a/41881299/18399373 you can use virtual keyword to load related data in lazy way

use explicit loading and check it. Entity Framework supports three ways to load related data - eager loading, lazy loading and explicit loading