Nevermind, I think there may have been a problem with the way I was passing the object to IOS library
Correction, this is actually happening when there is __arrayRef or __objectRef showing up, So I guess when there is a circular relation in the object I’m sending to the business logic service? Can someone look into that?
We’ll be happy to look into it. So that we can reproduce the issue, could you post an example of an object/class you’re sending with the API as well as the actual API you use. As I understood the problem is the
ownerId property is null, so we will be checking that part with the data/code you share.