The beta version of Adobe Commerce 2.4.7 was released on June 17, 2023, for early access by customers and partners. This article will provide an overview of the top highlights in Magento version 2.4.7. We will highlight the most crucial aspects that will simplify your operations, making it easier for merchants to transition seamlessly to the latest version.
Let's dive and see what it has to share.
Table of Contents
- Key Highlights of the Adobe Commerce 2.4.7-beta1
- Component Versions used for the version testing:
- Magento 2.4.7 Release – Everything You Need to Know
- Major Issues Fixed in Magento 2.4.7
- Check out the subset of the other fixed issues on Adobe Commerce 2.4.7 Beta-1:
- Some of the know issues will be fixed in the Beta-2 version of Adobe Commerce 2.4.7
- Official Release Notes:
Key Highlights of the Adobe Commerce 2.4.7-beta1
- 200+ Quality fixes and enhancements
- 13 Security Fixes & Advancements
- Enhanced GraphQL caching capabilities and increased coverage
- Composer support remains the same
Component Versions used for the version testing:
- PHP 8.2 and 8.1
- MariaDB 10.6
- OpenSearch 2.5
- RabbitMQ 3.11
- Varnish 7.3
- Composer 2.5
- MySQL 8.0
- ElasticSearch 8.5
- Redis 7.0
Magento 2.4.7 Release – Everything You Need to Know
We are excited about the upcoming release of Magento Open Source 2.4.7 by Adobe Commerce. Here's what Adobe is offering in the latest version of Magento.
Adobe Commerce's latest version has improved security with 13 new fixes and enhancements for safer online transactions and information.
- Security bulletin APSB23-35 has been resolved
- Critical vulnerabilities such as cross-site scripting and XML Injection have been addressed
- The REST endpoint's default behavior has been changed
- Merchants can now restrict the rate for payment information transmitted through REST or GraphQL APIs.
Adobe Commerce has been improving the platform by implementing the latest and most reliable security measures.
The latest update of Magento, version 2.4.7-beta1, now comes with the support:
- Composer 2.5.x. (Composer 2.2.x support remains)
- Varnish Cache 7.3.
- RabbitMQ 3.11
The release includes updates to the latest versions of libraries such as moment.js, jQuery UI, and jQuery to replace outdated versions.
- Magento 2.4.7 has been released with several improvements.
- The update includes enhancements in caching and support for custom attributes.
- GraphQL caching capabilities have been improved, leading to faster page load speeds.
- The parser method is now called only once, resulting in better overall performance.
Page Builder & PWA Studio
- Page Builder v.1.7.4 and PWA Studio v.13.2.x are now supported.
- The accessibility of PWA Studio has been improved.
- Several bugs have been fixed in the latest update.
Major Issues Fixed in Magento 2.4.7
- SQL memory limit-reached error during the Magento upgrade command has been resolved
- Issues with Magento database backup, duplicate SKUs during bundle products import, and page caching for parent products have been fixed.
- Guest API requests for shipping information and product thumbnail image problems in product stock alert emails have been resolved.
- Price-drop notifications now work as expected.
- The product image gallery now supports GIF images as intended.
- Catalog rules in a multi-website environment have been fixed.
- Translation support has been added for stock and price alert emails.
- Issues related to Google reCAPTCHA during the checkout process have been resolved.
Check out the subset of the other fixed issues on Adobe Commerce 2.4.7 Beta-1:
- Installation, upgrade, and deployment
- Bundle products
- Cart and checkout
- Cart price rule
- Catalog rules
- Gift cards and wrapping
- General fixes
- Google Tag Manager
- Google ReCaptcha
- Page Builder
- Target rules
- Visual Merchandiser
- URL rewrites
- Web API framework
Some of the know issues will be fixed in the Beta-2 version of Adobe Commerce 2.4.7
- Merchants experienced issues with their product costs and inventory accuracy following UPS's deprecation of its XML API on June 5, 2023.
- Fixed bundle product costs needed to reflect assigned and special prices, confusing customers properly.
- Configurable products on the storefront were inaccurately listed as out of stock when any child products were disabled through a scheduled update, leading to potential lost sales.
- The Show Password button on the login page failed to reveal passwords as intended, potentially causing frustration for users trying to log in.
Official Release Notes:
Learn more about the latest version's performance and quality fixes through the official beta-1 release notes for Magento Open Source 2.4.7 and Adobe Commerce 2.4.7. Keep this post bookmarked, and we will update the blog with the latest Adobe Commerce 2.4.7 release for general availability on October 10, 2023.
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