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How to use more than one parameter for HttpGet (MVC/WebAPI)

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Last Modified: 2016-07-26
I need to change my WebApi (asp.net Core) controller to add one special GET action that accepts more than 1 parameter. Instead of the regular stuff:
        
        [HttpGet("{id}")]
        public string Get(int id)
        {
            //var result = rep.GetAccount(id);
            return "Regular way hit";
        }

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I need to send in multiple parameters or a dto containing those parameters. So basically something like this:
        
[HttpGet("{dto}")]
        public string Get(AccountDTO dto)
        {
            //var result = rep.GetAccount(dto.AccountNumber, dto.AccountName, dto.BrokerName, dto.Symbol);
            return "Hit it";
        }

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I can't figure out if this should be done by adding attributes to the HttpGet, or if I need a special route (and if so how to do that).

TIA!
Dennis
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