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xCode Organizer not creating .plist

Posted on 2013-06-09
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When I create an archive of my completed app and view it in xCode Organizer, select Distribute, Select Save for Enterprise or Ad-Hoc Deployment, select the iOS Distribution Code Signing Identity then Save only the .ipa is showing up.  There is not a .plist file.

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Have been staring at this for too long.  I missed "Save for Enterprise Distribution" option at the bottom of the Save As interface.
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