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.
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A common pattern to follow is to initialize the client in a module so you can easily reference it later: // In a file named something like var knex = require('knex')(db Config); module.exports = require('bookshelf')(knex); // elsewhere, to use the bookshelf client: var bookshelf = require('./bookshelf'); var Post = bookshelf. Model.extend() User.where('id', 1).fetch().then(function(user) ).catch(function(err) ); Have questions about the library?
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.
Sometimes you need to dive a bit further into the various calls and see what all is going on behind the scenes.
I'd recommend node-inspector, which allows you to debug code with At the start of your application code will catch any errors not otherwise caught in the normal promise chain handlers, which is very helpful in debugging.