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I went with XML::Twig and got a little further (thanks!) unfortunately it's still upset that the XML isn't quite "well-formed" XML example:

--boundary Content-Type: application/xml; charset="UTF-8" Content-Length: 478 <EventNotificationAlert version="1.0" xmlns=" +ver10/XMLSchema"> <ipAddress></ipAddress> <portNo>80</portNo> <protocol>HTTP</protocol> <macAddress>c4:2f:90:00:00:00</macAddress> <channelID>1</channelID> <dateTime>2015-06-24T19:37:22--8:00</dateTime> <activePostCount>0</activePostCount> <eventType>videoloss</eventType> <eventState>inactive</eventState> <eventDescription>videoloss alarm</eventDescription> </EventNotificationAlert> --boundary Content-Type: application/xml; charset="UTF-8" Content-Length: 514 <EventNotificationAlert version="1.0" xmlns=" +ver10/XMLSchema"> <ipAddress></ipAddress> <portNo>80</portNo> <protocol>HTTP</protocol> <macAddress>c4:2f:90:00:00:00</macAddress> <channelID>1</channelID> <dateTime>2015-06-24T19:37:22--8:00</dateTime> <activePostCount>1</activePostCount> <eventType>VMD</eventType> <eventState>active</eventState> <eventDescription>Motion alarm</eventDescription> <DetectionRegionList> </DetectionRegionList> </EventNotificationAlert>

In reply to Re^2: XML Parsing from URL by jshank
in thread SOLVED: XML Parsing from URL by jshank

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