asp.net mvc

Hi Guys,

I'm trying to send to parameter to my delete method and delete by id and also give myself option to delete by sale number.

my question is How can i pass two parameters to the controller.
Here is how I send the id from my view:
<a title="Delete" class="icon-remove icon-2x" onclick="return confirm('you want to delete this sale??');" href="/Sales/Delete/@item.Id"></a>

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I would like to delete by id and also by sale number.

Here is my controller code:
public ActionResult Delete(int id,Salesq model)
        {
            BayDiamondEntities _db = new BayDiamondEntities();
            var itms = _db.t_SaleEntery.Where(p => p.salesid == id).ToList();
            foreach (var itm in itms)
            {
                _db.t_SaleEntery.Remove(itm);
                _db.SaveChanges();
            }

            var sl = _db.t_Sales.Where(p => p.Id == id).FirstOrDefault();
            _db.t_Sales.Remove(sl);
            _db.SaveChanges();


            var repo = _db.t_Reporting.Where(r => r.Numbersr == model.SaleNumber).FirstOrDefault();
            if (repo != null)
            {
                _db.t_Reporting.Remove(repo);
                _db.SaveChanges();
            }

            return RedirectToAction("Index");
        }

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Moti Mashiah.NET DeveloperAsked:
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Moti Mashiah.NET DeveloperAuthor Commented:
As usual nobody answer and I found the solution by myself :)

I just pass ajax to controller with variables:

        function del(id, repair) {
            var con = confirm("You want to delete?")
            if (con) {
                $.ajax({
                    type: "POST",
                    url: "/Repair/Delete",
                    dataType: "html",
                    data: { id: id, repair: repair },
                    success: function (data) {
                        alert("Delete succeeded");
                        location.href = "/Repair/Index";
                    }

                });
            }
        }

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Moti Mashiah.NET DeveloperAuthor Commented:
As usual I post question and nobody answer.:)
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