I have a document library that is used to store files for Projects. Each project gets it's own Document Set.
We use 2 Views:
Project Documents - Default view for library which shows only Documents Sets (Content Type = Document Set)
Internal View - this view is set as the default for when you click into a document set.
Everything works as it should when you browse the library and click into a Document Set. The View changes and uses the "Internal View" as expected.
Where things come unstuck is when users use the search located at the top of the screen containing the hint text "Search this Library"
Now If the user choses one of the contextual results that appear in the drop down shown below, all is fine. Even though folder icons are shown in the image below, they are document sets and clicking one will open the document set and switch to the "Internal View. Great!
PICTURE: clicking in the search box at the top and choosing one of the results in the drop down works fine
If the user presses "Enter" to search in the before mentioned search box, SharePoint reloads the screen with search results, however clicking on those results does not take them to the "Internal View" as you would expect when clicking on a document set. The view remains on "Project Documents" meaning no files are displayed because this view is designed to show only Document Sets.
PICTURE: user pressing enter after search, receiving results (document sets) but clicking a document set does not switch to the "Internal View"
Anyone have a solution to this issue?