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XMLout seems to expect a Perl structure not a string, so why don't you build it like this:

use strict; use warnings; use XML::Simple qw(XMLout); my $VAR1 = "bla1"; my $VAR2 = "bla2"; my $VAR3 = "bla3"; my $VAR4 = "bla4"; my $xml = { source=>[{ abc=>[{ uname=>[$VAR1], dbcrdn=>[$VAR2], paridn=>[$VAR3], osath=>[$VAR4], }] }] }; print XMLout($xml,RootName => "root");

or more interactively

use strict; use warnings; use XML::Simple qw(XMLout); my $VAR1 = "bla1"; my $VAR2 = "bla2"; my $VAR3 = "bla3"; my $VAR4 = "bla4"; my $abc; push @$abc, { uname=>[$VAR1], dbcrdn=>[$VAR2], paridn=>[$VAR3], osath= +>[$VAR4], }; my $xml; push @{$xml->{"source"}}, { abc => $abc }; print XMLout($xml,RootName => "root");

In reply to Re: XML::Simple / XMLout Question by hdb
in thread XML::Simple / XMLout Question by krishnak

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