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  1. ui-inventory
  2. UIIN-2123

After using the Chrome "go back" button, following the link "Holdings Created" from Data import to Inventory causes an error (Lotus HF3).

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    • Folijet Support
    • Lotus (R1 2022) Hot Fix #3
    • Yes
    • HF approved by Mike G, Harry, Mark V in the Slack release-bugs-triage channel 21 July 2022
    • Legitimate regression

    Description

      Overview:  After using the Chrome "go back" button from Inventory detail view to Data import log summary page,  clicking on "Created" link of  Holdings causes an error.

      Steps to Reproduce:

      1. Log into some FOLIO environment as User with Data import: All permissions and Inventory: All permissions
      2. Go to Data import app
      3. Find completed import log with Instance/Holdings/Item created or updated and click on the file name
      4. Click on "Created" or "Updated" link of Instance or Item
      5. Go back using the Chrome "go back" button
      6. Click on "Created" or "Updated" link of Holdings

      Expected Results: The user is redirected to the Inventory Holdings view screen.
      Actual Results: The user is redirected to Inventory and an error message appears.
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