If you are using SQLObject where you have one
connection per thread , the cacheing of the uri in
connectionForURI stomps on the connections.
This happens for me when I am using SQLObject with
CherryPy and SQLite. On each thread start up, I create
a connectionHub object for that thread. If I use the
connectionForURI method, the connections get stomped
on, and I get tracebacks saying that the cursor is
being accessed by a thread other than the one that
created it. If I bypass that and use the deprecated
method of creating the connection directly with
SQLiteConnection(), it works fine.
If we are going to cache the uri's (Is there a good
reason to do this? Shouldn't a connection only be
generated once?), we need to have a method of sending a
thread id or something similar to the connectionForURI
method so that it gets cached correctly.
I would suspect that this will also cause major
problems for anyone who is trying to use one connection
per thread (I think you still need to do this with MySQL).
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