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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
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<cdk:properties xmlns:xi="" xmlns:cdk=""
    xmlns:xsi="" xmlns="">
            MethodExpression representing an action listener method that will be notified when this component is activated
            by the user. The expression must evaluate to a public method that takes an ActionEvent parameter, with a return
            type of void, or to a public method that takes no arguments with a return type of void. In the latter case,
            the method has no way of easily knowing where the event came from, but this can be useful in cases where a
            notification is needed that "some action happened".
            Name of JavaScript event property (click, change, etc.) of parent component that triggers the behavior.
            If the event attribute is not defined, the behavior is triggered on the event that normally provides
            interaction behavior for the parent component
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