Magento ver. 2.3.5-p1

Third party Module used: Mercado Pago https://www.mercadopago.com.br/developers/pt/guides/plugins/official/magento-two

Description: users are able to pay for orders and their payments are approved and authorised correctly.

However new orders are created as 'Pending' and therefore a confirmation email is not sent. If I go to the order (Sales > Order > Order #00000) I can change the status manually to Processing by invoicing the order, however I would like to configure for new orders, with approved payments, to be created as processing.

There is an option on the Module (Stores > Configuration > Sales > Payment Method > Mercado Pago global Configuration), where we can define the status of new orders, which since installation has been selected as 'Processing' but still new approved orders are created as 'Pending'.

Please if anyone could help me on getting new orders to be created as Processing, that would be much appreciated.


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1 Answer 1


Is it possible that you have problems in


public function execute(OrderPaymentInterface $payment, $amount, OrderInterface $order)
      - $state = $order->getState() ?: Order::STATE_PROCESSING;
      + $state = Order::STATE_PROCESSING;
        $status = null;
        $message = 'Registered notification about captured amount of %1.';

This effects Paypal orders, however depending on how the module is written, it may affect your payment module.

Issue recorded on Github as MAGETWO-88244

Resolved in 2.4 (Apparently)

  • Thank you @elfling for the suggestion. I did the code change, new order is created and payment approved as usual, but unfortunately the status of the new order is still 'Pending'. I also read the issue you mentioned #88244 and although it worked for Paypal, annoyingly it did not work for this Payment module I am using, but thanks anyway. Aug 29, 2020 at 12:31

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