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The Razor Mediator is and community built extension and thus is not supported by SDL. However it is using the Modular Templating Framework and its supported extension points, so from that perspective, I would expect the Razor Mediator to remain to work. If not you probably want to contact its owner and let him know. As for the extension points being ...


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There is a change about the behaviour of the REL Component Presentation in Web 8, due to the change of the control of the target languages by the Publication Target and the new Topology Manager way of publishing. To overcome this, there is a new property that can be controlled in the deployer, changing the tcdl-conf.xml as it is explained in the following ...


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What I didn't explain in the answer to Embedded Razor Templates was the reason why. What's happening is that the templates get compiled dynamically, and the resulting type is loaded in the appDomain. If you create a new version of a template building block, the includes are resolved as a simple text include and become part of the resulting type. The mediator ...


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Razor mediator is a community extension and not supported by SDL. For Sites 9, I do not recollect that Razor mediator would NOT be supported. You can refer the following answer from Bart as well. From a technology perspective, there should be nothing limiting you from installing and configuring Razor Mediator with Sites 9. If you choose NOT want to install ...


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I guess it's bit late to answer but we had to update IsSiteEditEnabled function for the razor mediator to work with SDL Web 8.5 for XPM functionality. If you are not using this function in your TBBs you should be fine.


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