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  1. eZ Publish / Platform
  2. EZP-24987

Publishing a multi-location object will always cause redirect to the parent of the main location

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      Publishing a multi-location object will always cause a redirect to the parent of the main location.
      If we edit an object in its second location we expect to be redirected to its parent in the second location.

      Steps to reproduce:

      1. Create two objects of class Folder on the same level Folder one and Folder two;
      2. Navigate to Folder one and create an object of class Article named Multi-location article;
      3. Add a secondary location for your Article, and place it under Folder two as well;
      4. Navigate to Folder two and edit Multi-location article;
      5. Publish it.

      We expect to be redirected to Folder two, but we are redirected to Folder one instead.

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            ricardo.correia-obsolete@ez.no Ricardo Correia (Inactive)
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