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how do i create an lcmbiar file in 4.1

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I want to export my 4.1 universe to a lcmbiar file. I have created a job selected the universe and promoted it. It creates a file buut its only 500kb so I presume its not correct as its a large universe.

Does any one of step by step example  of how to do this?

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Remember the universe doesn't include any data just the information necessary to show the relationships between tables and the object definitions.

I just created one that included about 20 universes and the file is only 480kb.

Here are the steps I used

1.      Log onto the CMC
2.      Click PROMOTION MANAGEMENT
3.      Click NEW PROJECT
4.      Give it a meaningful name
5.      Select the SOURCE
        a.      LOGIN TO NEW CMS
6.      Choose DESTINATION
        a.      OUTPUT TO LCMBIAR FILE
7.      Click CREATE
8.      Select the universe to export
9.      Click ADD AND CLOSE
10.      Click PROMOTE
11.      Click EXPORT
12.      Click SAVE in the popup

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