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Migrating SSAS databases which have remote partitions

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We are currently planning to migrate to SQL Server 2008 Analysis Services from SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services. Can someone give me the useful articles on how to migrate the SSAS databases which have remote partitions?
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Have a look at the following:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143235.aspx

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I have gone through this article already. It doesn't give more details. I have followed this article and tried migrating the remote database which has the remote partition. But it was giving some error. Any other articles which give detailed steps to migrate remote partition databases?
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Sorry..that's all I have.
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It was not a comprehensive one.
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