18 May 2020

Magento 2.3.5 Pt.2

Hi everyone and welcome back to another blog by
Hussey Coding 

Last week we shared part 1 of our Magento 2.3.5 update looking at all of the highlights that Magento shared with us. This week we'll be taking a look at all the bug fixes and issues left to resolve in our blog... 


Before we begin we need to mention that these release notes were published for both Open Source and Commerce editions separately, having said that, there really aren't that many differences between the two and so to avoid confusion, when you see the * symbol, this will indicate that these are features only for Commerce and Commerce cloud.

We also won't be going through each fix individually as Magento is boasting hundreds of fixes in this update and we'd be here for a very long time if we tried to cover them all. Below you will find a list of the areas that were fixed, how many fixes there were in each area and a look at the issues still outstanding.

Installation, upgrade, deployment - 3
Adobe stock integration - 4
Analytics* - 2
Bundle products - 7
Cache - 1
Cart and checkout - 3
Catalog - 19
CatalogInventory - 1
Catalog Price Rule - 2
Catalog widget - 2
Cleanup and simple code refactoring - 6
CMS content - 2
Configurable products - 3
Cron - 2
Custom customer attribute - 1
Customer - 5
Customer segment* - 3
Dynamic block (formerly banner)* - 1
EAV - 2
Email - 2
Frameworks - 8
JavaScript framework - 3
General fixes - 14
Gift cards* - 2
Gift wrapping* -  3
Google Tag Manager* - 3
Import/export - 16
Index - 1
Infrastructure - 5
Inventory - 3
Layered navigation* - 1
Logging* - 4
Newsletter - 1
Payment methods - 12
Performance - 3
Return Merchandise Authorizations (RMA)* - 5
Reviews - 2
Rewards* - 1
Sales - 5
Sales Rule - 2
Shipping - 7
Sitemap - 3
Store - 2
Swagger - 1
Swatches - 1
Target Rule* - 2
Tax - 3
Testing - 1
Theme - 2
Translation and locales - 2
UI - 15
URL rewrites - 2
Visual Merchandiser* - 1
Web API framework - 3
Wishlist - 1
WYSIWYG - 3

Issues still to be resolved with Open source edition

Issue: Magento prompts customers to log in by displaying this message: This account is not confirmed. Click here to resend confirmation email. The Click here link in this message should open the Send confirmation link page, but is currently inactive.
Workaround: The Resend account confirmation email link issue patch is now available for this issue. See Resend account confirmation email link issue patch for Magento 2.3.5. A permanent fix will be available in Magento 2.3.6, which is scheduled for release in Q4 2020.

Issue: Magento 2.3.5 does not support upgrading using the Web Setup Wizard from deployments running Magento 2.3.3 or earlier without first manually updating dependencies for magento/updater. You can upgrade using the Web Setup Wizard without issue from Magento 2.3.4 to Magento 2.3.5.
Workaround: Users should run the following commands before upgrading using the Web Setup Wizard:
cd update
&& composer update

Issue: The Compare Products feature does not work as expected in deployments with multiple store views. When a user tries to compare products from multiple store views and one product has an empty value for a comparable attribute, Magento displays a corrupted Compare Products page.
Workaround: Comparable attribute values cannot be empty. Merchants should specify non-empty values for comparable product attributes or use the default storeview value for the attribute. A fix will be available in Magento 2.3.6, which is scheduled for release in Q4 2020.

Issue: The storefront checkout workflow will not display any payment method that has been enabled for only specific countries with the exception of these payment methods: PayPal, Braintree, Klarna, and Amazon Pay.
Workaround: No workaround for this issue is available in Magento 2.3.5. A fix will be available in Magento 2.3.6, which is scheduled for release in Q4 2020.

Issue: An error message appears when a shopper attempts to change their credit card from the payments widget while checking out with Amazon Pay. The shopper cannot successfully complete checkout by ignoring the error and proceeding to checkout. To resolve this issue and remove the error, see Amazon Pay credit card change error to apply the fix.

Issue: You cannot complete an order to be shipped to multiple addresses if one of the ordered products is a virtual product. Currently, when you check out, Magento successfully places the order for the physical products, but the virtual product order is empty.
Workaround: A fix will be available in Magento 2.3.6, which is scheduled for release in Q4 2020.


Issue: The system message displayed by Magento after a bulk action (for example, a mass product update or import/export) displays a count of 0 instead of an accurate count of the products affected by the bulk action.
Workaround: A fix will be available in Magento 2.3.6, which is scheduled for release in Q4 2020.

Issues still to be resolved in Commerce/Cloud edition

Issue: Magento throws an error on the Order Summary section of the checkout workflow when a customer removes store credit after first selecting it as a payment method for the entire order.
Workaround: Customers can refresh the Order page. A fix will be available in Magento 2.3.6, which is scheduled for release in Q4 2020.

As we said above, this is not meant to be a comprehensive look at this latest update, rather an overview of the fixes and issues to help you quickly identify what's been fixed or what still needs doing however we are working on something a little more in depth so please stay tuned for that.

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