UWL - Reference Bundle files

Hi Guys,
In UWL standard xml file, the attribute u201Creference bundleu201D of Action tag refers which file? Where those bundle files are stored?
Thank You
Devasarathy Pandi

Please check out this link for the bundles info of the XML files -
Please check the standard content provided by the SAP in the UWL content information.

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