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Overview: [!DNL Quality Patches Tool] (QPT) v1.1.2
This sub-section provides a detailed description of the issues fixed by the patches available in [!DNL Quality Patches Tool] (QPT) v1.1.2.
QPT v1.1.2 includes the following patches:
MDVA-37115: Fixes the issue where an unnecessary Only 0 left notice is shown on the configurable product page.
MDVA-37364: Fixes the issue where the custom customer attribute of date type breaks the customer's grid UI.
MDVA-38447: Fixes two issues: where the Not visible individually configurable child products are returned in GraphQL response and optimize MySQL query for GraphQL products query with category filter.
MDVA-38852: Fixes the issue where the catalog inventory by design locks tables for updates that significantly decrease performance in cases with several parallel orders.
MDVA-38929: Fixes the issue where the invoice with FPT shows a wrong Grand Total when the order is paid from the store credit.
MDVA-39043: Fixes the issue where the admin user with limited access gets an error when trying to add the Products widget to the CMS page.
MDVA-39195: Fixes the issue where [!UICONTROL Add to Cart] button was inactive on the category page when redirect to cart enabled.
MDVA-39384: Fixes the issue where the custom customer attribute for a company user is not saved.
MDVA-39521: Fixes the issue where the user is not able to set shipping addresses on the cart with an empty telephone number via GraphQL.
MDVA-39923: Fixes the issue where customers get an error when they search the order by SKU in B2B quick order functionality with a different case than the one with which the name is saved.
MDVA-39935: Fixes the issue where the GraphQL returns configurable child products disabled at the website level.
MDVA-39966: Fixes the issue with deploying incorrect locales.
MDVA-39986: Fixes the issue where the user is not able to place an order in the Admin on MacOS using the Safari browser.
MDVA-40134: Fixes the issue where GraphQL does not return related products when the Shared Catalog is enabled.
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