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Trying to figure out how to get data out of this structure using XML::simple (or anything else for that matter!). Note: this is the output coming from debug:
DB<15> x $file 0 'ecfc_ECFC_ModuleUserSetting.xml' DB<16> x $data 0 HASH(0x391b010) 'ecfc_ECFC_ModuleUserSetting' => ARRAY(0x391b5a0) 0 HASH(0x3b10fb0) 'createdOn' => '2012-02-23T17:40:04' 'modifiedOn' => '2012-02-23T17:40:20' 'moduleId' => '{6FE8AD18-9C50-4DC1-A3A0-5DE169056453}' 'propertyData' => '<HelloWorldUserSettings xmlns:xsd="http:// /2001/XMLSchema"><Theme>default</Theme><Message>ll</Message></HelloWor +ldUserSett ings>' 'userId' => '{FA8A7172-5C01-491A-8DC6-F4FDC9341795}' 1 HASH(0x3b101c8) 'createdOn' => '2012-01-17T17:38:17' 'moduleId' => '{18B3146E-4995-462C-BD0F-5E8E0359A00E}' 'propertyData' => '<HelloWorldUserSettings xmlns:xsd="http:// /2001/XMLSchema"><Theme>default</Theme><Message>Luke</Message></HelloW +orldUserSe ttings>' 'userId' => '{FA8A7172-5C01-491A-8DC6-F4FDC9341795}' 'generated' => '2012-03-28T15:21:38' 'xmlns:od' => 'urn:schemas-microsoft-com:officedata' 'xmlns:xsi' => '' 'xsi:noNamespaceSchemaLocation' => 'ecfc_ECFC_ModuleUserSetting.xsd +'

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