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The "referenced-bean" element represents at design time the promise that a Java object of the specified type will exist at runtime in some scope, under the specified key. This can be used by design time tools to construct user interface dialogs based on the properties of the specified class.

Item Description
Description <description>: Contains textual description of the referenced bean.
Display Name <display-name>: a short name describing the entity associated with the referenced bean.
Referenced Bean Class Stands for <referenced-bean-class>. Represents the fully qualified class name of the Java class (either abstract or concrete) or Java interface implemented by the corresponding referenced bean.
Referenced Bean Name Stands for <referenced-bean-name>. Represents the attribute name under which the corresponding referenced bean may be assumed to be stored, in one of the scopes defined by the Scope type.

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