fix(orientation): wrong result with address on 2 postcodes

Merged Yoan VALLET requested to merge fix/wrong_result_during_orientation into dev

What does this MR do and why?

In orientation, when searching around an address which exists with 2 different postcode, the result of structure is not relevant. Example with addresses: 45 Rue Félix Brun Lyon 7ème Arrondissement / 45 Rue Félix Brun Vénissieux. With data from example, the actual behaviour is wrong and when we try to get structure around the address at Lyon 7 we will get structure around address at Vénissieux.

This MR is adding the postcode in the function which retrieve structures.

No Squash is needed as only one commit has been done.

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Screenshots before and after the fix. before: image

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How to set up and validate locally (or on alpha)

  • Pull the branch
  • Launch frontend and backend
  • Go to the Orientation screen and follow the forms.
  • When asked, use "45 Rue Félix Brun Lyon 7ème Arrondissement" as address
  • Ensure that the displayed structure in the lists are the good one (refer to the screenshot).

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