2.3.3.7 internalName

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The name by which the property or method is called within the component. This internal name must be declared globally before it can be referenced; otherwise, a scripting error occurs, indicating that the name is undefined. If no internal name is specified, the name attribute is used instead.

The internalName attribute is declared in markup only.

This attribute is used by PUBLIC:METHOD and PUBLIC:PROPERTY.

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