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I have multiple organizational URI's that need to be called into a URL. I have a button opening a new page with list of "agents" who are from different organizational units.

Below I've called from unit 474 from the API.

public async Task<List<Agent>> GetAgents()
    {
        var result = await Helper.GetAsync<AgentSearchResult>($"{_propertyApiSettings.BaseUrl}beta/Staff?organisationalUnitUri=/OrganisationalUnit/474", config: await GetHeaders());
        return result.Result.Results;
    }


What do I need to add to include another organizational unit? For example 123.

What I have tried:

public async Task<List<Agent>> GetAgents()
    {
        var result = await Helper.GetAsync<AgentSearchResult>($"{_propertyApiSettings.BaseUrl}beta/Staff?organisationalUnitUri=/OrganisationalUnit/474&organisationalUnitUri=/OrganisationalUnit/123", config: await GetHeaders());
        return result.Result.Results;
    }
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Updated 7-Jul-20 17:12pm

1 solution

You would have to consult the documentation for the API for this - we simply can't tell, because we don't know which API/System the end-point is on.

It should have a 'route'/method for querying multiple Organizantional units, or it might require that they be submitted as a JSON list in the payload
 
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