Magento 2 How to get cart information from login customer using GraphQL

When customer login and get cart information, use customerCart query, we will explain you how to get cart information from logged in customer.

The customerCart query must be run on behalf of a logged in customer.

If you run this query on behalf of a guest, an exception will be thrown.

The cart query requires a cart_id value as input, but this query does not take any input parameters.

The following query lists item with configurable product in logged in customer's cart.


{ customerCart{ id email items{ id quantity product{ id sku name } ... on ConfigurableCartItem{ id configurable_options{ id value_id value_label option_label } } } } }


{ "data": { "customerCart": { "id": "aM0TxBycrhdQdwRn1HjXyeOWK8g30n3c", "email": "", "items": [ { "id": "23", "quantity": 1, "product": { "id": 340, "sku": "MJ08", "name": "Lando Gym Jacket" }, "configurable_options": [ { "id": 144, "value_id": 5595, "value_label": "M", "option_label": "Size" }, { "id": 93, "value_id": 5479, "value_label": "Gray", "option_label": "Color" } ] }, { "id": "25", "quantity": 1, "product": { "id": 3, "sku": "24-MB03", "name": "Crown Summit Backpack" } } ] } } }

That's it!!

If you are looking for more GraphQL solutions then check out our another article which is List of GraphQL Queries and Mutations for Magento 2.

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