Updating cursor with multiple tables
Once a connection is established and the page has been served and the transaction completed, the connection is not closed but goes into a pool.When the next http request arrives, web2py tries to recycle a connection from the pool and use that for the new transaction.Gaming with emulators has been around quite awhile, but nothing brings back the nostalgia of the old arcade like playing games with a vintage joystick and those big round buttons.
It's a good thing when it comes to stuff like this.
For each step be sure to read the notes located throughout the pictures as well - I added lots of other tips that came to mind as I reviewed them. If you are feeling intimidated, I offer one piece of solid advice - you can build anything you want as long as you have the right tools and a little bit of know how.
I hope that this Instructable helps out loads of other people to build their own arcade table/machine and may your inner arcade kid be unlocked! The know how you get from researching as many web resources you can find (hopefully this Instructable will play a big part in that) as well as thinking about each step of your build before proceeding.
If there are no available connections in the pool, a new connection is established. The pool grows up to the minimum between the value of then connection pooling is not used.
Connections in the pools are shared sequentially among threads, in the sense that they may be used by two different but not simultaneous threads. The parameter is ignored by SQLite and Google App Engine.