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The presence of this annotation on a
field of a class annotated with
system to inject a value into this property as described in section
JSF.5.3 of the spec prose document in the
<managed-property> subsection. The time of
instantiation is dictated by the value of the attributes on the usage
ManagedBean and by the application logic itself. The
value of the
attribute may be a literal
String or a
ValueExpression. If the
latter, the expression must not be evaluated until the bean is
instantiated. The value of the name attribute is taken to be the
managed-property-name for this property. If not specified,
the managed-property-name is taken to be the name of the
field to which this is attribute is attached.
If this annotation is present on a class
that does not have the
ManagedBean annotation, the
implementation must take no action on this annotation.