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How to migrate additional databases to SP 2010?

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I was able to successfully attach and upgrade a top level database from SP 2007 to SP 2010. I have additional site collections with dedicated databases (same web application). How do I migrate it?
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Just like you did with the main one and you use Mount-SPContentDatabase in Powershell to add it to that web application (or addcontentdb in stsadm)
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