Update: according to google result and answer, I added more hints, still not finished.

In making use of sqlite3 and throughout study of sqlalchemy, I discovered it's important to create below code for individuals housekeeping purpose for controlling data, however, it might be a tough part that i can doing that in sqlalchemy i quickly going back to sqlite3 module.

Below code lists 10 more steps as housekeeping jobs and many of them originated from WEB, I doubt someone with expertise can checking and padding the missing part for this. And when someone understand how to get it done in SQLAlchemy, would you also discussing it please?

1. testing when the database file existing

import sqlite3 
import os 
database_name = "newdb.db" 
if not os.path.isfile(database_name): 
    print "the database already exist" 

# connect to to db, refer #2
db_connection = sqlite3.connect(database_name) 
db_cursor = db_connection.cursor() 

2. testing if database file is really a valid sqlite3 format

    >>> c.execute("SELECT * FROM tbl") 
    Traceback (most recent call last): 
      File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module> 
    sqlite3.DatabaseError: file is encrypted or is not a database
    =========sqlalchemy way ===============
    import os, os.path as osp
    from pysqlite2 import dbapi2 as sqlite
    import sqlite3 as sqlite

def isSQLite(filename):
    """True if filename is a SQLite database
    File is database if: (1) file exists, (2) length is non-zero,
                        (3) can connect, (4) has sqlite_master table
    # validate file exists
    if not osp.isfile(filename):
        return False
    # is not an empty file
    if not os.stat(filename).st_size:
        return False
    # can open a connection
        conn = sqlite.connect(filename)
        return False
    # has sqlite_master
        result = conn.execute('pragma table_info(sqlite_master)').fetchall()
        if len(result) == 0:
            return False
        return False

    # looks like a good database
    return True 

3. check table exist

if table_name in [row for row in c.execute("SELECT name FROM sqlite_master WHERE type='table' AND name='table_name';")]

4.backup database file in disk
import shutil, os, sqlite3
if not os.path.isdir ( backupdir ):
    raise Exception 
backupfile = os.path.join ( backupdir, os.path.basename(dbfile) + time.strftime(".%Y%m%d-%H%M") )
db = sqlite3.connect ( dbfile )
cur = db.cursor ()
cur.execute ( 'begin immediate' )
shutil.copyfile ( dbfile, backupfile )
cur.execute ( 'rollback' )

5. backup table - in same database file

   c.execute("CREATE TABLE demo_backup AS SELECT * FROM demo;") 

6. relabel table

c.execute("ALTER TABLE foo RENAME TO bar;")

7. copy table to/from different database:

Thanks, MPelletier

Connect to one database 
db_connection = sqlite3.connect(database_file) 
Attach the second database
db_connection.execute("ATTACH database_file2 AS database_name2")
Insert from one to the other:
db_connection.execute("INSERT INTO FooTable SELECT * FROM database_name2.FooTable")
db_connection.execute("INSERT INTO database_name2.FooTable SELECT * FROM FooTable")

    ========sqlalchemy way======
      def duplicateToDisk(self, file):
    '''Tohle ulozi databazi, ktera byla pouze v pameti, na disk'''
    cur = self.connection()
    import os
    if os.path.exists(file):
    cur.execute("attach %s as extern" % file)

    cur.execute("insert into extern.dictionary select * from dictionary")
    cur.execute("detach extern")

8 test database is locked or otherwise?

    c = sqlite.connect(database_name, timeout=0)  
 except OperationalError               # OperationalError: database is locked  

9. timeout for connecting to database, waiting other invoker release the lock

c = sqlite.connect(database_name, timeout=30.0)  # default 5sec

10 pressure all database connections release/commit A.K.A to produce all lock?

   refer #12

11. multi-threads in making use of sqlite in python:

12 get conn from SQLAlchemy?

   #from FAQ
    #try to reuse the connection pool from SQLAlchemy
    engine = create_engine(...)
    conn = engine.connect()              #****1
    conn.connection.<do DBAPI things>
    cursor = conn.connection.cursor(<DBAPI specific arguments..>)
    ===or ==== can out of pool's manage
    conn = engine.connect()
    conn.detach()  # detaches the DBAPI connection from the connection pool
    conn.connection.<go nuts>
    conn.close()  # connection is closed for real, the pool replaces it with a new connect

    ========and not sure if this works ===========
#from sqlalchemy document                #
import sqlalchemy.pool as pool
import sqlite3 as sqlite3

conn_proxy = pool.manage(sqlite3)
# then connect normally
connection = conn_proxy.connect(...)

    #****1  : what is #****1 on above code invoked                  =_=!!
    A engine.raw_connection()
    A pool.unique_connection()
    A _ConnectionFairy(self).checkout()
    A return _ConnectionFairy <== cls
    =   _connection_record.get_connection()
    =            _ConnectionRecord.connection
    =                return a pool.creator **which is a callable function that returns a DB-API connection object**

Interesting time!

Rgs, KC