Affects Version/s: 6.2.X EE, 7.0.X EE, Master
Component/s: Web Content > Web Content Administration
We expect that each search result hit corresponds to a UI entry result. If one web content has 50 versions of history, searching one of the words shouldn't populate multiple pages of our search results.
Steps To Reproduce:
1) Create a new site (set journal article indexing to true if you've changed the default).
2) Create a basic Web Content article consisting of the word "frog" in content
3) Publish the new Web Content article
4) Edit the Web Content article by adding more words then publish
5) Repeat step 4. five additional times
6) Type "frog" into the search bar. (For 6.2 see below)
7) Set the pagination to 5 items per page.
6) Navigate to the Web Content administration page found at the following:
7) Search for frog using the search box
8) Set the pagination to 5 items per page
There is 1 search result on 1 page with single article "frog" history as the entry.
There are 6 search results on 2 pages, with 2 article entries both containing the same article with "frog" history.
Reproducible in Branch
Reproducible in Master