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Importing WSS 3 to SP 2013?

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I currently have a bunch of site built up in Sharepoint Services 3.  I would like to get onto full Sharepoint 2013 and import the legacy WSS into it.  Is there a way to accomplish this? Thanks.
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It's agreed that the Database Attach upgrade procedure on the WSS3.0 database to upgrade to 2013 works well. You can find related instructions at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303436.aspx
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Thank you!
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Thank you for the grade. Good luck.
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