I have Magento 2.3.5 installed. Let's say we have 3 of Product A in stock and I add 5 of them to cart. It shows a notification at the cart saying: The requested qty is not available. That is fine and correct.

Then I try to decrease the qty at the cart by setting the qty to 3 and press update button. The update does not work and it throws this dialog: Attention The requested qty is not available. So it seems impossible to change the qty smaller in cart.

Currently only solution is to remove product from cart and re-add it with qty 3 to cart at the product page.

Is there way to fix this so that it is possible to update cart with smaller qty?


naviagte to vendor\magento\module-catalog-inventory\Model\Quote\Item\QuantityValidator inside this directory you will see a file with the name QuoteItemQtyList.php

Open it and replace this file with the below code:-

 * Copyright © Magento, Inc. All rights reserved.
 * See COPYING.txt for license details.
namespace Magento\CatalogInventory\Model\Quote\Item\QuantityValidator;

class QuoteItemQtyList
     * Product qty's checked
     * data is valid if you check quote item qty and use singleton instance
     * @var array
    protected $_checkedQuoteItems = [];

     * Get product qty includes information from all quote items
     * Need be used only in singleton mode
     * @param int   $productId
     * @param int   $quoteItemId
     * @param int   $quoteId
     * @param float $itemQty
     * @return int
    public function getQty($productId, $quoteItemId, $quoteId, $itemQty)
        $qty = $itemQty;
        if (isset(
        ) && !in_array(
        ) {
            $qty += $this->_checkedQuoteItems[$quoteId][$productId]['qty'];

        $this->_checkedQuoteItems[$quoteId][$productId]['qty'] = $qty;
        $this->_checkedQuoteItems[$quoteId][$productId]['items'][] = $quoteItemId;

        return $qty;

this will do the trick for you let me know if you need any more help

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