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Note, I closed your suite for you.

use strictures; use XML::LibXML; my $before = <<""; <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE suite SYSTEM ""> <suite name="Automation Suite" verbose="1" parallel="false"> <test name="Configuration Restore Test Suite"> <classes> <class name="" /> </classes> </test> <test name="Import Test Suite"> <classes> <class name="" /> </classes> </test> </suite> my $doc = XML::LibXML->new->load_xml( string => $before ); my ( $test_suite ) = $doc->findnodes('/suite/test[@name="Import Test S +uite"]'); $doc->setDocumentElement( $test_suite ); print $doc->serialize; # or $doc->toFile(...)

This may or may not be sane given the DTD but it gives the output you want. Update, there is a toFile() method for the doc.

In reply to Re: How to fetch a portion of a XML file to save it in another xml file by Your Mother
in thread How to fetch a portion of a XML file to save it in another xml file by tarunmudgal4u

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