Yeah, I can see how setting it in the resource as part of the URI is the proper way to do it. However, I still want something a little more automated that builds that part of the URI from an array. I have a couple of ideas, but I think HttpValueCollection is the most promising. Create an HttpValueCollection and use System.UriBuilder to put together all of the different parts of the URI. https://stackoverflow.com/questions/32442777/how-to-use-get-method-of-invoke-webrequest-to-build-a-query-string I don't have time to try and code this right now. Hopefully I'll be able to circle back to it in a couple of weeks.
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