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ColdFusion Rollback from 9 to 8

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Has anyone rolled back Coldfusion 9 to version 8, if so do you have it documented any where?
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AFAIK there's no simple way to rollback major version upgrades.  You can only reinstall.  
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If you have *.car backups of the previous version, you could import them after the reinstall.  Probably not what you want to hear, but there's no automated "downgrade" option.
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