Magento Open Source 2.3.7 Release Notes
Magento Open Source 2.3.7 offers significant platform upgrades, 40 security enhancements, and 10 functional fixes for the core product.
PHP 7.3 reached end of support in December 2021, and Magento Open Source 2.3.x reaches end of support in April 2022. We strongly recommend planning your upgrade now to Magento Open Source 2.4.x and PHP 7.4.x to help maintain PCI compliance.
AC-3022.patch to continue offering DHL as a shipping carrier
DHL has introduced schema version 6.2 and will deprecate schema version 6.0 in the near future. Adobe Commerce 2.4.4 and earlier versions that support the DHL integration support only version 6.0. Merchants deploying these releases should apply
AC-3022.patch at their earliest convenience to continue offering DHL as a shipping carrier. See the Apply a patch to continue offering DHL as shipping carrier Knowledge Base article for information about downloading and installing the patch.
Backward-Incompatible Changes (BiCs)
Quarterly releases may contain backward-incompatible changes (BIC). Magento 2.3.7 contains minor backward-incompatible changes. To review minor backward-incompatible changes, see BIC reference. (Major backward-incompatible issues are described in BIC highlights. Not all releases introduce major BICs.)
Other release information
Although code for these features is bundled with quarterly releases of the Magento core code, several of these projects (for example, B2B, Page Builder, Inventory Management, and Progressive Web Applications (PWA) Studio) are also released independently. Bug fixes for these projects are documented in the separate, project-specific release information that is available in the documentation for each project.
Look for the following highlights in this release:
Substantial security enhancements
This release includes the following security enhancements:
Over 40 security enhancements that help close remote code execution (RCE) and cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities
No confirmed attacks related to these issues have occurred to date. However, certain vulnerabilities can potentially be exploited to access customer information or take over administrator sessions. Most of these issues require that an attacker first obtains access to the Admin. As a result, we remind you to take all necessary steps to protect your Admin, including but not limited to these efforts: IP whitelisting, two-factor authentication, use of a VPN, the use of a unique location rather than
/admin, and good password hygiene.
With the Magento 2.3.4 release, we changed how we describe these security issues. Individual issues are no longer described in the Magento Security Center. See Adobe Security Bulletin for a discussion of these fixed issues.
Security enhancements and fixes to core code
This release includes 40 security fixes and platform security improvements. The copy-to-clipboard feature has also been disabled for all storefront credit card fields.
Starting with the release of Magento Open Source 2.3.2, we will assign and publish indexed Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) numbers with each security bug reported to us by external parties. This allows to more easily identify unaddressed vulnerabilities in their deployment. You can learn more about CVE identifiers at CVE.
PHP 7.4 support. Magento 2.3.7 introduces support for PHP 7.4. Commerce Marketplace extension vendors must confirm that new versions of their extensions are compatible with PHP 7.4. All unit and integration tests should be run using PHPUnit 9. See the PHP 7.4 support for Magento 2.3.x release line DevBlog post.
PHP 7.3 is now deprecated. We do not recommend running Magento 2.3.7 with PHP 7.3. Merchants can run Magento 2.3.7 with PHP 7.3, but this configuration has not been tested. Adobe will continue to perform compatibility testing but not full functional testing with PHP 7.3. PHP 7.3 reaches end-of-life on December 6, 2021, and after that date, all deployments running PHP 7.3 will be vulnerable to security exploits.
Removal of PHP 7.1 and 7.2 compatibility. You cannot run Magento 2.3.7 on PHP 7.1 or 7.2.
Support for PHPUnit 9.x and deprecation of PHPUnit 6.5. PHP 7.4 requires the use of the latest PHPUnit testing framework, which is PHPUnit 9.x. Commerce Marketplace extension vendors must confirm that all new extension versions are compatible with PHP 7.4 and that all unit and integration tests have been configured to be run with PHPUnit 9.
Elasticsearch 7.9.x is now supported. Although we recommend running Elasticsearch 7.9.3, Magento 2.3.x remains compatible with Elasticsearch 7.4.x.
Varnish 6.5.1 is now supported on 2.3.x.
Magento 2.3.7 is now compatible with Composer 2.x. We recommend that merchants migrate to Composer 2.x. Although you can install this release using Composer 1.x, Composer 1.x will soon reach end-of-life. For an overview of Composer 2.x features, see Deprecating Packagist.org support for Composer 1.x.
Redis 6.x is now supported. Magento 2.3.x remains compatible with Redis 5.x.
endroid/qr-codelibrary dependency has been updated to the latest version (4.x).
Interactive In-Product Guidance
Interactive In-Product Guidance provides merchants with usage tips and information from within the Admin on new feature announcements, walk-through guides, on-boarding information, and tool tips. Administrators must opt-in from the Admin to receive in-product guidance if this feature is not enabled.
The Vimeo Simple API has been replaced with Vimeo oEmbed API.
The Web Set Up Wizard has been deprecated and removed. You must use the command line to install or upgrade Magento 2.3.7. See Install Magento.
Vendor-developed extension enhancements
All Vendor-Developed Extensions (VDEs) include bug fixes, security updates, and PHP 7.4 support.
Amazon Pay has been deprecated.
New Vertex features and enhancements include:
Admin Order Cleansing. The Vertex Address Validation module now displays a button for validating and updating addresses during Admin order creation.
Commodity Codes. Merchants can now attach commodity codes with a type of
Serviceto products when Vertex is enabled. This supports the staging of commodity code changes to products.
We have fixed several issues in the Magento 2.3.7 core code.
- The Create an Account button on the Create New Account page remains active when a shopper enters invalid data. Previously, this button was disabled, which prevented shoppers from re-attempting to create an account after making an error. This was a known issue in Magento 2.4.1. GitHub-30513
- Magento now deletes expired database sessions from the database
sessiontable as expected. GitHub-26308
- Magento now correctly converts plain text to HTML when you click Return Html Version when loading an email template. GitHub-29740
- Disabling the PageBuilder module no longer affects the rendering of the product page. Previously, custom layouts on the product page disappeared when the module was disabled, and Magento displayed a blank page.
The following tests have been improved:
- Magento no longer creates duplicate address entries for a customer account when creating a new order from the Admin for an existing customer. The Save in Address Book check box has been renamed to Add to Address Book and is now unchecked in the Admin by default.
- Cart price rules are now applied as expected when order subtotals are calculated without incorporating tax. The new
Subtotal (Incl. Tax)option has been added as a cart price rule condition. GitHub-29740
- The Vimeo Simple API has been replaced with the Vimeo oEmbed API. This corrects a problem merchants experienced trying to add Vimeo videos to a product page. Previously, Magento displayed a 404 error. GitHub-31753
Installation and upgrade instructions
You can install Magento Open Source 2.3.7 using Composer.
Migration tool kits
The Data Migration Tool helps transfer existing Magento 1.x store data to Magento 2.x. This command-line interface includes verification, progress tracking, logging, and testing functions. For installation instructions, see Install the Data Migration Tool. Consider exploring or contributing to the Magento Data Migration repository.
The Code Migration Toolkit helps transfer existing Magento 1.x store extensions and customizations to Magento 2.x. The command-line interface includes scripts for converting Magento 1.x modules and layouts.