"robotDto must not be null" when trying to "odata/Robots"

I just want to request all robots, but I always get the message:

robotDto must not be null

Who does that come?

I have set the FolderId value of the Development folder, was that correct? Or should I take the Id of the Tenant?


And for info I got the X-UIPATH-OrganizationUnitId value from odata/Folders.

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Kind of found the reason for it, but still not a solution:

Ok I finally found out how. But this is nowhere documented. So the question is, is this a proper way to do it or just a dirty workaround?

    "startInfo": { 
        "ReleaseKey": "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx",
        "Strategy": "RobotCount",
        "RobotIds": [],
        "NoOfRobots": 1,
        "Source": "Manual"

sorry where did you put this part, in the body?