It would be better if you provide a sample of your XML and the database table that you want to insert data. In both cases, this has nothing to do with format XML output (I thought it was something related to XSL).
Once you have the data in array ref, you just need to extract the data that you want dereferencing it. Looks like the XML file that you have doesn't have the same structure of the database table, so you will need to do some data transformation.
Take a good look at the perldoc perlref document to see how to do that.
Alceu Rodrigues de Freitas Junior
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