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-[[https://bitbucket.org/pcarbonn/pydatalog/src/ebd12a3d2929/pyDatalog/_example%20SQLAlchemy.py|This similar example]] shows how to write a similar program to add business logic to a relational database using SQLAlchemy.
-[[https://bitbucket.org/pcarbonn/pydatalog/src/ebd12a3d2929/pyDatalog/_example%20datalog.py|This one]] is using a pure datalog knowledge base.  These modes can be mixed freely.
+[[https://bitbucket.org/pcarbonn/pydatalog/src/88cc95f9d2b4/pyDatalog/_example%20SQLAlchemy.py|This similar example]] shows how to write a similar program to add business logic to a relational database using SQLAlchemy.
+[[https://bitbucket.org/pcarbonn/pydatalog/src/88cc95f9d2b4/pyDatalog/_example%20datalog.py|This one]] is using a pure datalog knowledge base.  These modes can be mixed freely.
 
 See the [[https://bitbucket.org/pcarbonn/pydatalog/wiki/Tutorial%201|Tutorial 1]] for more explanations.
 
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 The Employee class can be **persisted** to a relational database using **SQLAlchemy**, 
-as shown in [[https://bitbucket.org/pcarbonn/pydatalog/src/ebd12a3d2929/pyDatalog/_example%20SQLAlchemy.py|this example]].
+as shown in [[https://bitbucket.org/pcarbonn/pydatalog/src/88cc95f9d2b4/pyDatalog/_example%20SQLAlchemy.py|this example]].