Bookshelf aims to provide a simple library for common tasks when querying databases in Java Script, and forming relations between these objects, taking a lot of ideas from the the Data Mapper Pattern.
With a concise, literate codebase, Bookshelf is simple to read, understand, and extend.
There's some magic number in the range of I believe 10-20 seconds where if the requests are pausing more than that, they never fail.
I think the fact that IIS Manager can't connect is good evidence that something is wrong on the host side independant of my test app but I wanted to cover my bases before opening a support incident...
Model.extend();var knex = require('knex')(); var bookshelf = require('bookshelf')(knex); var User = bookshelf. Come join us in the #bookshelf freenode IRC channel for support on and bookshelf.js, or post an issue on Stack Overflow or in the Git Hub issue tracker.
Yes - you can call - notice that the id is a string in one case and a number in the other.
This can be a common mistake if retrieving the id from a url parameter.
This is only an issue if you're eager loading data with load without first fetching the original model. The issue here is that Knex, the database abstraction layer used by Bookshelf, uses connection pooling and thus keeps the database connection open.
Sometimes you need to dive a bit further into the various calls and see what all is going on behind the scenes.
It doesn't force you to use any specific validation scheme, provides flexible and efficient relation/nested-relation loading, and first class transaction support.
It's a lean Object Relational Mapper, allowing you to drop down to the raw knex interface whenever you need a custom query that doesn't quite fit with the stock conventions.
I'm having an odd, sporadic problem with a simple test app (Visual Studio console application) that acts as a watchdog for a hosted aspx web site (not app) by sending it simple http requests and timing the response times.
I've used this for many weeks in the past without this particular problem.
Maybe you have a TEXT field that is actually a comma separated list of tags, or a blob field with JSON that you want to parse.