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"White spaces are required between publicId and systemId" in BBAS-AS Blackberry logs

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I am having an unmarshal marshalling exception when BAS attempts to read and use the vendor and device.xml  (XML) files.  It pulls the files from the BlackBerry.com website which hold device and vendor info.  BAS then places it inside the globalsettings dbo but for some reason, sometime during this process, it errors out with "White spaces are required between publicId and systemId".
When I host Vendor and Device XML files locally, this error isn't shown so it appears something is stripping whitespaces at firewall, proxy or other.
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instead of a space, have you tried using underscores?
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