For older versions of pyramid the setup for sqlalchemy session was done 
with scooped_session similar to this

DBSession = scoped_session(
    sessionmaker(
        autoflush=True,
        expire_on_commit=False,
        extension=zope.sqlalchemy.ZopeTransactionExtension()
    )

However I see that newer tutorials as well the pyramid docs 
<http://docs.pylonsproject.org/projects/pyramid/en/latest/tutorials/wiki2/basiclayout.html#content-models-with-the-models-package>
 'promotes' 
sqlalchemy with no threadlocals where the DBSession is attached to the 
request object.

Is the 'old' way broken and what is the advantage of the no threadlocals ?
thanks!

ps: posted as well 
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/40922933/pyramid-with-sqlalchemy 

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