The MDVA-22150 patch solves the issue when a frontend user cannot log in after an aborted purchase using a coupon. This occurs when a frontend user uses a coupon code on a product that has been disabled prior to completing the purchase. The result is that the frontend user can no longer log in and receives a 503 error. Another effect of this issue is that the ability to manage customers’ shopping carts in the Admin stops working.
This patch is available when the Quality Patches Tool (QPT) 1.0.13 is installed. Please note that the issue was fixed in Adobe Commerce version 2.3.4.
The patch is created for Adobe Commerce version: Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure 2.3.2
Compatible with Adobe Commerce versions: Adobe Commerce on cloud infrastructure and Adobe Commerce 2.3.1 - 2.3.3-p1
The patch might become applicable to other versions with new Quality Patches Tool releases. To check if the patch is compatible with your Adobe Commerce version, update the
magento/quality-patches package to the latest version and check the compatibility on the QPT landing page. Use the patch ID as a search keyword to locate the patch.
Steps to reproduce:
The product is not displayed in the cart on the Storefront, or displayed with the appropriate error message that the product has been disabled, as expected.
To apply individual patches, use the following links depending on your deployment method:
To learn more about Quality Patches Tool, refer to:
For info about other patches available in QPT, refer to the Patches available in QPT section.