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Here is the code I was trying to work on...but it gets created on 1 cell when I try to open it in a excel spread sheet
# start an XML worksheet open (my $xmlfl,"+>>$path/$file") or die "$file failed: $!\n" +; print $xmlfl "<?xml version=\"1.0\"?>\n"; print $xmlfl "<Workbook xmlns=\"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:offi +ce:spreadsheet\"\n"; print $xmlfl " xmlns:o=\"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:offi +ce\"\n"; print $xmlfl " xmlns:x=\"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:exce +l\"\n"; print $xmlfl " xmlns:ss=\"urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:spr +eadsheet\">\n"; print $xmlfl " <Worksheet ss:Name=\"Policy-Groups\">\n"; print $xmlfl " <Table>\n"; # print $xmlfl the header row # <group> <policy1> <policy2> ... <policyn> print $xmlfl " \n<Row>"; foreach $app(keys %appsrvr) { print $xmlfl " <Cell><Data ss:Type=\"String\">$app< +/Data></Cell>"; print $xmlfl " </Row>"; print $xmlfl " <Row>\n"; foreach $attribute(keys %{ $appsrvr{$app} }) { #print " $appsrvr{$app}{$attribute}"; print $xmlfl " <Row>\n"; print $xmlfl " <Cell><Data ss:Type=\"String\">$appsrvr{$app +}{$attribute}</Data></Cell>\n"; print $xmlfl " </Row>\n"; } # print $xmlfl " </Row>\n" } # print "\n"; # End the XML worksheet print $xmlfl " </Table>\n"; print $xmlfl " </Worksheet>\n"; print $xmlfl "</Workbook>\n"; # close this group file

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