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Mike Bayer committed 48ba6e6

fixed inaccuracies regarding "connectable" parameter sent to create/drop

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doc/build/content/metadata.txt

     
 ### Creating and Dropping Database Tables {@name=creating}    
 
-Creating and dropping individual tables can be done via the `create()` and `drop()` methods of `Table`; these methods take an optional `engine` parameter which references an `Engine` or a `Connection`.  If not supplied, the `Engine` bound to the `MetaData` will be used, else an error is raised:
+Creating and dropping individual tables can be done via the `create()` and `drop()` methods of `Table`; these methods take an optional `connectable` parameter which references an `Engine` or a `Connection`.  If not supplied, the `Engine` bound to the `MetaData` will be used, else an error is raised:
 
     {python}
     meta = BoundMetaData('sqlite:///:memory:')
     employees.create(connectable=e, checkfirst=True)
     employees.drop(checkfirst=False)
     
-Entire groups of Tables can be created and dropped directly from the `MetaData` object with `create_all()` and `drop_all()`.  These methods always check for the existence of each table before creating or dropping.  Each method takes an optional `engine` keyword argument which can reference an `Engine` or a `Connection`.  If no engine is specified, the underlying bound `Engine`,  if any, is used:
+Entire groups of Tables can be created and dropped directly from the `MetaData` object with `create_all()` and `drop_all()`.  These methods always check for the existence of each table before creating or dropping.  Each method takes an optional `connectable` keyword argument which can reference an `Engine` or a `Connection`.  If no engine is specified, the underlying bound `Engine`,  if any, is used:
 
     {python}
     engine = create_engine('sqlite:///:memory:')

doc/build/content/unitofwork.txt

     objectstore.flush()
     
     # which is the same as this (assuming we are still on the same thread):
-    session = objectstore.get_session()
+    session = objectstore.session
     session.flush()
 
 We will now cover some of the key concepts used by Sessions and its underlying Unit of Work.