**Hi fellow developers,**
following the introduction of the 'Multiple DB Connections for Multiple Threads' feature I have **adapted the wiki page**
In the main the adaptations are about clarifying that the 'Co-ordinated DB Access' feature is about pseudoparallel DB Command execution *on a particular instance of the TDataBase Class* (e.g. the 'globally available' DBAccess.GDBAccessObj instance). Some sections saw some other slight adaptations.
In several (sub-)sections I have added a sentence that starts with 'This section needs reviewing...' as such sections will indeed likely need to be reviewed once we get to start using multiple DB Connections in several places in OpenPetra.
The **most important takeaway** for most of you (except TimI and myself, who will work straight on various multiple DB connection implementations) at this stage is that *the ability to work with multiple parallel DB Connections does not away with the need for the Co-ordinated DB Access* approach (see https://wiki.openpetra.org/index.php/Working_with_multiple_DB_Connections#Relation_to_Co-ordinated_DB_Access_.28Thread-safe_DB_Access.29)!