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+Another gotcha is that Flask-SQLAlchemy **also** removes the session instance at the end of every request (as
+is cleared along with any objects added to it every time you call ``client.get()`` or another client method.
+You now have to re-add the "user" instance back to the session with ``db.session.add(user)``, if you are going
Also notice that for this example the SQLite in-memory database is used : while it is faster for tests,