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package javax.faces.component;

import org.apache.myfaces.buildtools.maven2.plugin.builder.annotation.JSFComponent;
import org.apache.myfaces.buildtools.maven2.plugin.builder.annotation.JSFProperty;

 * This tag associates a parameter name-value pair with the nearest parent UIComponent. A UIComponent is created to
 * represent this name-value pair, and stored as a child of the parent component; what effect this has depends upon the
 * renderer of that parent component.
 * <p>
 * Unless otherwise specified, all attributes accept static values or EL expressions.
 * </p>
@JSFComponent(clazz = "javax.faces.component.UIParameter", template = true, name = "f:param", tagClass = "org.apache.myfaces.taglib.core.ParamTag")
abstract class _UIParameter extends UIComponentBase

    static public final String COMPONENT_FAMILY = "javax.faces.Parameter";
    static public final String COMPONENT_TYPE = "javax.faces.Parameter";

     * Disable this property; although this class extends a base-class that defines a read/write rendered property, this
     * particular subclass does not support setting it. Yes, this is broken OO design: direct all complaints to the JSF
     * spec group.
    @JSFProperty(tagExcluded = true)
    public void setRendered(boolean state)
        // call parent method due TCK problems
        // throw new UnsupportedOperationException();

     * The value of this component.
     * @return the new value value
    public abstract Object getValue();

     * The name under which the value is stored.
     * @return the new name value
    public abstract String getName();

     *  If this property is true, the value of this component is
     *  just ignored or skipped.
     *  @since 2.0
    @JSFProperty(defaultValue="false", tagExcluded=true)
    public abstract boolean isDisable();
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