Fixed #19775 - Clarified requirements of the "default" database.
Thanks monkut for the report and wsmith323 for the patch.
|@@ -21,8 +21,10 @@ documentation.|
|Databases can have any alias you choose. However, the alias|
|``default`` has special significance. Django uses the database with|
|the alias of ``default`` when no other database has been selected. If|
|-you don't have a ``default`` database, you need to be careful to|
|-always specify the database that you want to use.|
|+the concept of a ``default`` database doesn't make sense in the context|
|+of your project, you need to be careful to always specify the database|
|+that you want to use. Django requires that a ``default`` database entry|
|+be defined, but the parameters can be left blank if it will not be used.|
|The following is an example ``settings.py`` snippet defining two|
|databases -- a default PostgreSQL database and a MySQL database called|