--- a/docs/2.0/docs/main/Wiki20/wiki20.rst
+++ b/docs/2.0/docs/main/Wiki20/wiki20.rst
@@ -308,11 +308,17 @@
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 Before you can use your database, you need to initialize it and add some data.
-The easiest way to do this is just to run a Python script. Create a file called
+There's some built in support for this in TurboGears, but one of the easiest ways to do this is just to run a standard Python script. Create a file called
 **initializeDB.py** in the ``Wiki-20`` directory containing the following:
  
 
 .. code:: wiki_root/trunk/initializeDB.py
+
+If you're familiar with SQLAlchemy this should look pretty standard to you.  The only part that's different is that we use::
+
+transaction.commit()
+
+where you're used to seeing ``Session.commit()`` we use ``transaction.commit`` this calls the transaction manager which helps us to support cross database transactions, as well as transactions in non relational databases, but ultimately in the case of SQLAlchemy it calls Session.commit() just like might if you were doing it directly. 
 
 Now run the program from the ``Wiki-20`` directory: