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AddMemberMessageAAQToPartner  error

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I am sending messages to customer using ebay api


in ebay
AddMemberMessageAAQToPartner


I am getting error

nested exception is: org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: Open quote is expected for attribute "id" associated with an element type "div".".
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put the values of id within double quotes.
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thanks
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